SMX Convention Center, Pasay City- Philippines
Dr. Lisandro Claudio
Dr. Lisandro Claudio is an associated professor at Ateneo de Manila -Department of Political Science . He obtained his PHD at University of Melbourne , Australia . His areas of specialization ,The Philippine Left, Global Marxism, Postwar Philippine Intellectual History, Post-authoritarian Politics in the Philippines, The Global South.
Due to time constraints , I only managed to asked him if he knew Dr. Corazon Claudio, Chair and President of EARTH Institute of Asia, She had a radio “Kalikasan, Kaunlaran”, DZRH-TV where i was invited a few years ago . I did not got a definite answer since i forgot her first name.
The book is available at the Ateneo de Manila University Book Press Office.
Ateneo Press.Org: http://www.ateneopress.org/
Ateneo de Manila University: http://www.admu.edu.ph/ls/soss/political-science/faculty/claudio-lisandro-elias-e
Mr. Alex Lacson
Mr. Lacson is lawyer, author, lecturer, philanthropist and politician.
He is best known as the author of “12 Little Things Every Filipino Can Do To Help Our Country.” The book is distributed in all National Bookstores branches
Mr. Hubert Fucio
Mr. Hubert Fucio is a book illustrator , Grand Prize Winner of PBBY Alcala Prize in 2003. One of his latest book illustration ” Anong Gupit Natin Ngayon” . Among his works are” Si Pagong at si Matsing” , ” Sandosenang Kuya” the books were printed by Adarna Books. While Lauan, the Seed that Wanted to Fly by Rhandee Garlitos, illustrated by Hubert Fucio was printed by Vibal Publishing . ” Children of Two Seasons: Poems for Young People” written by Lara Saguisag and illustrated by Hubert B. Fucio
National Historical Commission of the Philippines
Mr. Wilfredo Bas, Ms. Chona, Rey , Dereck, Christy Ann and Felix – NHCP had a lot of hard to find books primarily historical books authored by well-known historians of the country.
National Historical Commission of the Philippines: http://nhcp.gov.ph/
Ms. Alice M. San -Cua
She is the author of ” Autum in Madrid ” printed by UST publishing house. It was her second book of travel essays and was launched last June 8, 2013 at Greenbelt 4, Makati.
Sun-Cua’s previous works include “Riding Towards the Sunrise,” which won the National Book Award for Travel in 2000; “Charted Prophesies and Other Poems” (2001); and two collections with the ALON collective, of which she is a founding member: “What the Water Said” (2004) and “Watershed” (2009). She is also an obstetrician-gynecologist currently affiliated with the San Juan de Dios Hospital, and lives in Manila with her husband Alex.
Mr. Joel Pablo Salud
He started his career as a journalist and writer 23 years ago at the Manila Standard and The Manila Times. After which he leaped from newspapers to magazines, having worked as managing editor for the Philippine Airlines in-flight publication Mabuhay and Filipino Unlimited, and as executive editor of People Asia.
His stint as media bureau chief at the Philippine Senate and as communications management consultant for some members of the Lower House . Mr. Salud has written for various national publications, including the Philippine Star, Star week, Balikbayan, Lifestyle Asia, the Philippines Free Press and Business Day.
He now saddles his pen as Editor-in-Chief of the Philippines Graphic magazine, the country’s top newsweekly and literary publication under the ALC Group of publications, which includes the Business-Mirror.
He is a member of the Unyon ng Manunulat sa Pilipinas (UMPIL) and the Manila Critics Circle.
His latest work , The Distance of Rhymes and Other Tragedies was printed by UST publishing.
Mr. Jaypee Reyes
Mr. Jaypee Reyes at the C& E Bookstore booth . For a minimum book purchase, one can have a FREE handwriting consultation. He is the current President and CEO of Handwriting Master Analysis of the Philippines ( HandMAP)
I quickly notice his presence at the C& E booth because of one hobby that connects our group (Handwriting !) Being a stamp collector( philatelist) we always promote the art of writing letters . Some of the older members of our stamp club would collect letters purposely because of their beautiful handwriting. or Calligraphy . Some teachers and even stamp collectors would develop some attributes to know one’s personality thru their penmanship.
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Note: I would like to ” Thank” all the regular ” suki ” readers of this blog , and to the organizers of the Manila International Book Fair 2013. Until the 35th Manila International Book Fair 2014!