#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this September 25

This month, the #BookbedMeets session is on the 25th, 8 p.m., via Zoom. All readers and titles welcome! This is also a Silent Club Manila event. To find out what to expect, check out Silent Book Club Manila’s post below: FROM THE LAST SESSION (AUGUST 28) See you! ☁ #BookbedMeets is Bookbed’s Community Day. EveryoneContinue reading “#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this September 25”

30 Books on Martial Law History for the Filipino

by BM Waltzing with a Dictator by Raymond Bonner Some Are Smarter Than Others by Ricardo L. Manapat Impossible Dream: The Marcoses, the Aquinos, and the Unfinished Revolution by Sandra Burton Conference on the Legacies of the Marcos Dictatorship The Conjugal Dictatorship of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos by Primitivo Mijares (read/download for free here) HowContinue reading “30 Books on Martial Law History for the Filipino”

Bookbed recommends: ‘How to Ride a Train to Ulaanbaatar and Other Essays’ by Josephine V. Roque

by KB Meniado Anybody who has ever traveled or lived abroad, whether on a decent budget or otherwise, knows doing so isn’t always fun. More than the excitement and joy brought about by exploring and immersing in new cultures, the anxiety and confusion in the day-to-day can be the dominating experience for many. Think aboutContinue reading “Bookbed recommends: ‘How to Ride a Train to Ulaanbaatar and Other Essays’ by Josephine V. Roque”

#BookbedFictory 2021 Winners

Here are the winners for this year’s Fictory in collaboration with BRUMULTIVERSE. Thank you to all the writers, beta readers, and judges. Though the new academic calendar has just begun, Fictory 2021 has come to a close. Congratulations to all the winners and see you all again next year! Bookbed’s choice: Walking on a DreamContinue reading “#BookbedFictory 2021 Winners”