Posted: January 16, 2012 by panpilpipol in Uncategorized
Balangay Productions and Panpilpipol invite you to attend Hilakbot Writers Workshop on January 29, 2012, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at 128 K-8th St., Kamias, Quezon City. The session is designed for sharing and learning new skills from the facilitators and the fellows. There will be group discussions, sharing of tips and tricks. There will also be time to focus on your questions and learn your next step in writing, publising and /or marketing within the genre.
This is open to writers at all levels of creativity so whether you are just beginning or if you are already established, you can enjoy meeting like-minded people within a relaxed environment, share ideas and experiences to help write your next gory ghost story.
Workshop fee: P700, which covers lunch, snacks, handouts and certificates for this session. To register: Request for a registration form from email@example.com. There will only be online registration and maximum of ten registrants per session. After the face to face session, there will be follow ups/consultation done online good for a month.
Facilitators are the writers and editor of Psicom’s Hilakbot, Haunted Philippines 8 and 9 and Fox Literary House’s Palalim nang Palalim, Padilim nang Padilim.
Posted: July 2, 2008 by panpilpipol in horror books, review
Tags: book review, other blogs, palalim
Following the lead of other publishing trailblazers, Fox Books reveals its own take on the horror genre with “Palalim ng Palalim, Padilim ng Padilim at Iba Pang Kuwento ng Dilim”.
But unlike the badly-written, ungrammatical, and obviously made-up stories touted as “true-to-life” that you’ve had to suffer through for lack of anything better to read, Fox Books delivers a collection that is light-years higher in literary quality. Pieces by Wennie Fajilan, Beverly Siy, Mar Anthony de la Cruz, Rita de la Cruz, and Haidee Pineda reflect storytelling genius, brought to life by the grotesque illustrations of Josel Nicolas (which nearly did not see print due to their shock factor). If you want to enjoy not just good but terrific stories and writing, showcasing some of the country’s most imaginative literary talents, then this book will be a valuable addition to your collection of Filipino fiction. source: http://gogirlcafe.wordpress.com/2008/06/09/fox-books-palalim-ng-palalim/
Posted: April 16, 2008 by panpilpipol in horror books, review
Tags: booktopia, padilim, review
Booktopia is proud to introduce five books by newcomer Fox Literary House, Inc. Fox is made up of young writers and editors who want to make their own brand of quality literary work accessible to Filipinos. Sarah G., editor of Fox, dropped off samples of their books at the store last week with a letter introducing their books and their company. Of course, I had to look at the books right away. There is something very exciting about reading a new book that I know was written by a Filipino. I feel this way because there are so few local writers and publishers and I know that when a book gets published and is in my hands ready to be passed on to your hands, this is done against overwhelming odds with heaps of hope and enthusiasm. I wrote back and this is what I told Sarah G. –
My first impression of your books was that they were physically well-made. They looked and felt better in my hands than most local publications, although they are digest-type books so the covers tend to curl after several readings. The cover designs got my attention. The types/genres are interesting too. Just by looking at the books and reading the titles, I wanted to open and read them. I also think they are competitively priced. I just finished Palalim Nang Palalim and I liked it. (A good number of stories were actually creepy.) I started reading the Batjay book, which I also enjoyed, but I decided to pass it on to a friend I think will really enjoy it. (I particularly like the titles he puts on every page and sometimes it’s almost a game to relate the title to what’s on the page.) I look forward to reading the rest of your books.
The books are written by Filipinos and are mostly written in Filipino.
Sarah G. also adds in her letter that Fox authors are mostly writers and teachers from UP, Ateneo, and UST. Many have attended prestigious writers workshops and won literary awards.
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Posted: April 15, 2008 by panpilpipol in book launching, event, horror books
After the pains, we are now reaping half of the harvest… oh yea!
Three of the authors were there to celebrate with the fun and the others were there in spirits. 😀
Authors and Illustrator
Thank you all for those who attended the launching and bought the books!
Fox Books are available at Fully Booked, National Bookstore, Power Books, and other bookstores.