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Ian Rosales Casocot

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Eddie Romero: A Life

    By Ian Rosales Casocot Today, July 7, is the 100th birth anniversary of Dumaguete filmmaker and National Artist for Cinema and Broadcast Arts Eddie Romero....

The heritage that goes into Sinina Dumagueteña

    Last Saturday, May 11  as part of Dumaguete’s Heritage Month celebration, and also its ongoing effort to commemorate the diamond jubilee of its Charter,...

The Writer in the Margins

    Talk delivered to SIKAP—Creative Content Creators Association of the Philippines, Inc.’s AYO Creative IP Showcase and Content Market for Philippine Creators, Sierra Hotel, Dumaguete...

Presenting the First Duma LitFest

    This has been a long time dream. A few years ago, the Edilberto and Edith Tiempo Creative Writing Center, of which I am the founding...

Writing Dumaguete

    This month is National Literature Month, and in two weeks time, we are going to celebrate it by staging the first ever Dumaguete Literary...

Human bones, literary awards, and afterparties

    Kate Torralba brought her father’s bones to Palanca night. It was the first thing she told me as we settled into our seats at Table 24,...

Doing Dyamante

  It’s Thanksgiving season, an American holiday, but I’ll take this chance to be thankful for the week that was. Last Thursday, on November 23,...

A Hamilton workshop

  A few weeks ago, I flew in to Manila with some high school friends to watch the touring production of Hamilton, the smash Broadway...

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