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GIVE A BOOK THIS CHRISTMAS!

Give a book this Chistmas!

As the year draws to a close, celebrate Christmas in a different way. Give the special people in your life something they will treasure long after the season is over. Give them a book from the UST Publishing House. We have more than 50 new titles for you to from. They include books by National [...]

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UST PUBLISHING HOUSE RELEASES PERSONAL CHRONICLE SERIES

The UST Publishing House recently announced the release of new essay collections by journalists/columnists “Show Biz, Seriously” by Emmie Velarde, “Catholic and Emancipated” by Elizabeth Lolarga and And “FortYfied” by Cecile Lilles. The books are part of the UST Publishing House’s Personal Chronicles Series, and will be among the 400 titles to be presented to [...]

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UST Publishing House Authors to Sign Books at 32nd MIBF

The University of Santo Tomas Publishing House joins the 32nd Manila International Book Fair, with book-signing activities by the celebrated authors of some of its new titles. The event runs from Sept. 14 to 18 at the SMX Convention Center in the SM Mall of Asia. To start off, Entertainment Editor of the Philippine Daily [...]

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UST PUBLISHING HOUSE RELEASES BOOKS BY AND ABOUT TOMAS PINPIN

The UST Publishing House is proud to announce the release of two books, “Tomas Pinpin and Tagalog Survival in Early Spanish Philippines” by Damon L. Woods, and a new edition of “Librong Pagaaralan nang manga Tagalog nang uicang Castila” by Tomas Pinpin (transcribed and edited with an Introduction by Damon L. Woods. The work of [...]

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UST PUBLISHING HOUSE RELEASES NEW TITLES BY WRITERS BASED IN THE PHILIPPINE SOUTH

The UST Publishing House recently announced the release of three new titles by veteran writers, all based in the Visayas or Mindanao: Tita Lacambra Ayala, Merlie M. Alunan, and Antonio Enriquez. Tita Lacambra-Ayala received a B.S.E. from the University of the Philippines Diliman but moved to Tagum (then Davao del Norte) with her husband and [...]

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