No Winners For Ebooks, Novels In 31st Philippines National Book Awards
Posted at 8:09AM Monday 19 Nov 2012
Ebooks and novels were not among the winners in the 31st National Book Awards, which recognized the best books published in the Philippines in 2011.
In the awarding ceremonies held on November 17 at the National Museum, the National Book Development Board (NBDB) and the Manila Critics Circle (MCC) handed out awards to authors of books in various categories, from poetry to science. However, no winners were chosen for the Juan C. Laya Prize for Best Novel, whether in a foreign language or in a Philippine language.
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