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Call for Participants: 1st Cebu Writers’ Workshop

Hablon (Hugpong sa mga Magsusulat sa Sugbo), in partnership with the Katitikan Literary Journal, is now accepting applications for the 1st Cebu Writers? Workshop to be held on February 7 to 9, 2020 at Oslob, Cebu. Twelve (12) fellowships will be available for the following genres: poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, critical essay, and drama. To be eligible, one must not have attended any national writers? workshops organized by reputable creative writing centers and institutions. Visayan fellows will be prioritized but slots could be given for qualified writers outside Visayas upon verification and revalidation processes.

Entries (original and unpublished works) in Binisaya and/or English, or those written in Hiligaynon, Waray, and other Visayan languages (with translations to Binisaya and/or English) shall be composed of any of the following:

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Call for Submissions: Katitikan Issue 2: Places and Spaces

Katitikan provides a platform for both Southern voices as traditionally understood in the scholarship, but also about scholarship that engages with the idea of the Philippines as a discourse on the South. The theme for this issue, as broadly conceptualized but not limited to, is ?places and spaces.? Contributors may submit the following:

*Poems of not more than 70 lines each

*Short stories ranging from 1,000 to 4,000 words

*Flash fiction pieces ranging from 100 to 1,000 words

*A chapter of a novel, including novel synopsis, ranging from 2000 to 4000 words

*Essay and creative nonfiction ranging from 2500 to 4000 words

*One-act play, screenplay or an excerpt from a full-length play ranging from 10 to 40 pages

*Critical essays about Philippine Literature and/or the Philippine South ranging from 1500-5000 words in MLA format.

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Call for Submissions: Katitikan’s Maiden Issue

Katitikan provides a platform for both Southern voices as traditionally understood in the scholarship, but also about scholarship that engages with the idea of the Philippines as a discourse on the South. There are no thematic requirements for the first, celebratory issue. Contributors may submit the following:

*Poems of not more than 70 lines each

*Short stories ranging from 1,000 to 4,000 words

*Flash fiction pieces ranging from 100 to 1,000 words

*A chapter of a novel, including novel synopsis, ranging from 2000 to 6000 words

*Essay and creative nonfiction ranging from 2500 to 4000 words

*One-act play, screenplay or an excerpt from a full-length play ranging from 10 to 40 pages

*Critical essays about Philippine Literature and/or the Philippine South ranging from 1500-5000 words in MLA format.