To the young ones be the glory: This year’s winners of the Nick Joaquin Literary Awards were all young writers with long writing careers ahead of them, a hint, perhaps, that the late National Artist for Literature and Philippines Graphic editor-in-chief Nick Joaquin’s advocacy of opening the magazine’s pages to young writers and new voices is one […]
Over time, the images fade; the pages turning brown with age. Pile after pile of magazines gather dust in a narrow stockroom, its load of news and features forgotten. In the world of the internet, old newspapers and magazines make a beeline to oblivion. Unless people choose to remember, take the time to unearth the […]
The literary works that see print in the pages of the Philippines Graphic are published thanks to the patronage and support of a man named Ambassador Antonio L. Cabangon-Chua, who had resurrected the Graphic title in 1990. Now that he has rejoined his Maker, the Graphic literary section is part of the legacy the ambassador […]
The winners of the 2017 Nick Joaquin Literary Awards have been selected by the contest’s panel of judges, Alfred Yuson (panel chair), Susan Lara and Sarge Lacuesta. The winning stories are: “Mathilde’s Absence” by Christian Ray Bautista (first prize), which was published in the Philippines Graphic literary section on Oct. 3, 2016; “Self-Possessed” by Alex […]
September is a special time for literature in the Philippines, when the Philippines Graphic holds its annual Nick Joaquin Literary Awards (NJLA). As the country’s oldest and only weekly magazine of national circulation, the Graphic holds the distinction of being the only publication in the country today that has kept the tradition of regularly devoting […]
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