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5th Philippine International Literary Festival and Book Industry Summit Program of Activities

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Book month highlights book publishing issues

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The NBDB presents The Pressing Issue: The 5th Philippine International Literary Festival and Book Industry Summit (PILF-BIS) on November 12 to 14, 2014 at the Bayanihan Center, Pioneer Street, Pasig City. Topics on the sustainability of the book industry amidst ASEAN integration and globalization, plus other pressing issues will be the focus of the discussions.
 
On November 12, publishing and business experts will talk about issues on sustainability, publishing and distribution models, and the state of the book publishing industry. On November 13, writers and creators will examine issues on copyright, creative content, and the artistic and financial gains of creative work. The sessions on November 14 are in partnership with Filipino Readercon so participants may expect sessions on the interconnectedness of reading, writing, and publishing.
 
The PILFBIS will also host Aklatan: The All-Filipino Book Fair where participants may purchase the latest titles from their favorite Filipino writers.

Participation fee is P150.00 per day. Participation is free for students and teachers upon presentation of a valid ID.
 
NBDB Announces 33rd National Book Awards Winners

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 The National Book Development Board (NBDB) and the Manila Critics Circle (MCC) are pleased to announce the winners of the 33rd National Book Awards (NBA). Below is the list of NBA winners for books published in 2013: 

33rd NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS WINNERS
(For books published in 2013)


Juan C. Laya Prize for Best Novel in a Philippine Language
     Ang Banal na Aklat ng mga Kumag, by Allan N. Derain, Anvil Publishing, Inc.

Juan C. Laya Prize for Best Novel in a Foreign Language
     Fish-Hair Woman, by Merlinda Bobis, Anvil Publishing, Inc.
 
Best Book of Short Fiction in Filipino 
     Sa Himaymay ng Puso at iba pang Kuwento, by Macario Pineda, 
     Ateneo de Manila University Press
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DEPED CALLS PUBLISHERS, PRINTERS, AND AUTHORS TO PARTICIPATE IN GRADES 5 -6 TEXTBOOK CALL FOR K to 12 LEARNING RESOURCES

 
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 The National Book Development Board (NBDB) encourages all its registered publishers, authors, and printers to secure copies of the K to 12 curriculum documents and the 2014 Textbook Call Guidelines for K to 12 Learning Resources specifically for Grades 5 and 6 textbooks (TXs) and teacher’s manuals (TMs) with supplementary compact disk/s (CD/s). These materials will be available starting October 20, 2014.  For inquiries, you may contact the DepEd-IMCS Evaluation and Training Division at telephone numbers (02) 631-9294 or 634-1054 or send them an e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
 
NBDB is Looking for a New Office

The National Book Development Board is currently looking for a new office space preferably in Quezon City. Below are the requirements/specifications:
 
Approved Budget: P2.6M/year

- maximum of 400 square meters
- minimum lease is 3 years
- with at least 3 parking slots
- with aircon units and back-up generators
-with vinyl/tiles flooring
-with 24/7 roving security
-provision for toilet facility/ies
-accessibility of public transport
-ready for occupancy within one month of contract signing
-compliance to city government sanitary, fire, safety and environment rules/policies

Interested parties may submit their proposals in a sealed envelope addressed to Ms. Graciela Mendoza-Cayton, NBDB Executive Director.

For queries/clarifications, please call NBDB at 929-3887/570-6198 and look for Ms. Flor Abiad or Mr. Rhonnell C. Dacio

 
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