Bayong ng Kuting 2016 Meetup at the Finish Line — Status Report 2
31 January 2016 - (No Comments)
Final submissions are in, and 38 made it to the deadline. Not all who submitted their first draft were able to submit their final draft in time for the...
What Happens to a Story After “The End”
29 January 2016 - (No Comments)
So what happens to a story after you write “The End”? 1. You can stop there. Yesterday, you had a vague idea that was trying to claw its wa...
The Atlantic: Why the British Tell Better Children’s Stories
11 January 2016 - (No Comments)
The Atlantic has a story on “Why the British Tell Better Children’s Stories“. “The small island of Great Britain is an undisputed pow...
Every Cat Has A Story
9 January 2016 - (No Comments)
Saturday, 9 January 2016, was the first meet-up to the Bayong ng Kuting writing workshop. 26 of the 70 participants who signed up for the workshop came...
Join the 2016 Samsung KidsTime Authors’ Award (SKTAA), 5 February Deadline
8 January 2016 - (No Comments)
In partnership with Samsung Electronics (Samsung), the National Book Development Council of Singapore (The Book Council) is excited to announce the sec...
30 December 2015 - (No Comments)
Hello, 2016! Last year, we put up a plans and salutations post, where we listed down what we wanted did done in 2015. We find it usually helps to write...
Proof of Concept
26 December 2015 - (No Comments)
The first time we had a writing workshop for children was in 2011, when members of Kuwentista ng mga Tsikiting (KUTING) served as individual mentors to...
Sign Up to Join the BAYONG NG KUTING Online Class
26 November 2015 - (No Comments)
Signups are now closed. First meeting will be on Saturday, 9 January 2016. In January 2016, we will be writing new short stories for children, based on...