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NBDB Book Club presents Venus in Orbit

The NBDB Book Club and Bigkas Pilipinas present Venus in Orbit, a night of spoken word poetry and music by women on November 13, 9PM at Bacci Ristorante in Makati City.

 

For details, call Bacci at 828-2235. Entrance is free and there's an open mic session after the program.  

  

 

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Invitation to NGOs/POs to bid to be NBDB partner for the 5th PILF

The National Book Development Board (NBDB), the leading catalyst for building a culture of reading and authorship, continually finds ways to increase Filipino readers’ awareness of the richness of our own literature. Every November, we organize the Philippine International Literary Festival (PILF), a celebration of books and a discussion of responsible industry practices.  

In the previous years, the Ayala Foundation, the Filipinas Heritage Library, and major universities in Metro Manila have worked with the NBDB to implement this annual celebration. For 2014, we invite qualified non-government institutions and people’s organizations to submit a formal bid to be NBDB’s partner. If your company or organization believes in playing an active role in the sustained development of our local book publishing industry, whether it be in terms of content enrichment and capacity building, providing readers better access to books, or promoting a general love of books and reading of our books in the local and international market, then you are a potential partner for this year’s celebration and eligible to bid for this project.
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Booklatan sa Eskuwela: Workshops, Book Fairs, and Sec. Luistro’s Love Affair

On its second leg this year, the National Book Development Board’s (NBDB) Booklatan visited two schools in the city of Makati on June 24, 2014. Dubbed Booklatan sa Eskuwela: Tuloy ang Basathe project, held in partnership with DepEd NCR and Teach Philippines, consisted of book fairs, seminars, workshops,and a medical mission among others. Over 200 students, teachers, and government employees participated in the events that were organized in parallel at Makati Elementary School Library Hub and Fort Bonifacio Elementary School. 

   

 

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NBDB Chair Flor Marie Sta. Romana Cruz with DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro shortly after the

unveiling of the agency's latest poster kwhere Hon. Luistro is featured as an NBDB reading advocate.  

 

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NBDB Call for Applicants

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NBDB Call for Artistic Director for the 2015 Writing Journal

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR FOR THE 2015 NBDB WRITING JOURNAL
BUDGET – (P30,000.00)

Theme: Multiple viewpoints of the book publishing industry in the Philippines
Visual Imagery: Palimpsest

Description: 
• A “palimpsest” is defined as “a manuscript or piece of writing material on which later writing has been superimposed on effaced earlier writing” or “something reused or altered but still bearing visible traces of its earlier form.” 
• The term is also used as a description of the way people experience the present over multiple pasts. 
• The term may also be used to describe how a situation may be described from multiple viewpoints that form a collective whole.
• The theme reflects the history of book publishing in the Philippines and NBDB’s role in shaping this history, and how all stakeholders have a role in directing the course of the industry.


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NBDB Call for Editor/Writer and Art Director for the 2014 Annual Report

WRITER/EDITOR FOR THE 2014 ANNUAL REPORT
BUDGET - (P30,000.00)
 
Theme: Multiple viewpoints of the book publishing industry in the Philippines
Visual Imagery: Palimpsest
 
Description: 
 
• A “palimpsest” is defined as “a manuscript or piece of writing material on which later writing has been superimposed on effaced earlier writing” or “something reused or altered but still bearing visible traces of its earlier form.” 
• The term is also used as a description of the way people experience the present over multiple pasts. 
• The term may also be used to describe how a situation may be described from multiple viewpoints that form a collective whole.
• The theme reflects the history of book publishing in the Philippines and NBDB’s role in shaping this history, and how all stakeholders have a role in directing the course of the industry.
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