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This event presents TIPC-PH publications that held book launches, including Aklat Alamid, Southern Voices Printing Press, Alubat Publishing, Librong LIRA, Rebo Press Book Publishing, and 8Letters.
The Indie Publishers Collab PH (TIPC-PH) is one of the first few attempts to solidify a common cause among independent publishers who come from different walks of life and work in unity towards a common cause.
With the necessary foray into digital media due to changing cultural sensibilities and market conditions, INDIEPUBCON 2021’s selection of speakers for the fourth day provided various perspectives on what it means to publish in this age.
For the third day of INDIEPUBCON 2021, independent writers and publishers convened to discuss the transition from indie writing to publishing, and the rise of the digital space in indie.
For Day 2 of INDIEPUBCON 2021, independent authors and publishers from diverse backgrounds and regions in the country convened to talk about the legal process of publishing, the current state of indie, and the future of publishing.
INDIEPUBCON 2021 is a five-day event featuring many discussions about writing and publishing that are not readily available to the public.
This year’s keynote speaker is Nida Ramirez of Avenida Publishing, who gave a thorough unpacking of what it means to be a publisher.
Vox Populi PH, a youth writing organization with digital and print publication and broadcast arms, has weathered various storms brought by the pandemic and remains firmly committed to bringing the best youth writing in the Philippines to more readers.
“Lipad Saranggola: Abutin ang mga Pangarap para sa Batang Mambabasa” will be a recorded discussion and can be viewed via TIPC-PH’s Facebook Page and YouTube channel on Monday, November 22, at 7:00 p.m.
According to the panel, “anthologies bring writers together,” they shall be talking about how to write/form a successful anthology, the mistakes that publishers and writers should avoid, and how to publish successful anthologies.
“The Journey from Being a Writer to a Publisher” will be a recorded discussion and can be viewed via TIPC-PH’s Facebook Page and YouTube channel on Sunday, November 21, at 7:00 p.m.
In this year’s Performatura, TIPC-PH will conduct several book launches and a series of storytelling performances.
INDIEPUBCON 2021 will be hosting the talk “Indie on the Cutting Edge” with speaker Kristian Cordero of Savage Minds Bookshop.
For the third day of INDIEPUBCON 2021, TIPC-PH publications 8letters, Rebo Press, and Vox Populi PH will examine how indie publishing has changed over time, from tangible books to the digital realm.
A special roundtable, How Indie Are You?, to be hosted by Karl Orit of the Cavite Young Writers Association (CYWA) and Criselda Santos of 8Letters Bookstore & Publishing will take place.
For this online discussion, Kath Eustaquio-Derla of PaperKat Books will discuss the tedious process of self-publishing, focusing on its legalities.
The never-ending quest for justice and change in the Third World, coupled with the limitations of independent publishing as it attempts to challenge the matrices of power and domination, is the crux of the “Pagbali sa Utos ng Hari: Malayang Paglalathala Bilang Dayalogo Kontra-Gahum.”
Five Filipino independent publishers have made available beautiful, authentic indie readings for the year-end.
The event will be joined and hosted by several independent publishers and writers in the Philippine literary community, both in the physical and digital spaces.