What: Better Living Through Xeroxography, a very small small press expo

What is Better Living Through Xeroxography? Check out this modest proposal by Adam David.

Need to know more on the history of self-publishing in the Philippines? Check out this essay by book historian and UP professor Patricia May Jurilla.

When: Friday, 3 December 2010, 7 pm

Where: Ilyong’s, Kalantiaw Street, Project 4, Cubao, Quezon City (maps to Ilyong’s here and here)

Why: Books, comics, zines, anthologies, art, toys, and more!

Here’s a very incomplete rundown of the new books to be released at BLTX:

New from High Chair:

The Collapse of What Separates Us by Vincenz Serrano. You can read Serrano’s poetry here and here.

elsewhere held and lingered (2nd printing) by Conchitina Cruz. New work here.

Older High Chair titles will also be available at the expo.

New from Aklat Kurimaw:

Antares by Mesandel Virtusio Arguelles. Aklat Kurimaw creates limited edition, handmade, gorgeous books.

New from The Youth and Beauty Brigade:

The El Bimbo Variations (3rd ed.) by Adam David.

The Kobayashi Maru of Love by Carljoe Javier.

Crows and Rages by Adam David.

New from Kubori Kikiam:

We Heart Short Shorts by Michael David.

New from The Quarterly Bathroom Companion:

A comics compendium by DJ Legaspi, Mervin Malonzo, & Josel Nicolas.

New from Angelo Suarez:

Batch ’97 Haiku by Angelo Suarez

New from Cavite Young Writers Association:

Tangway at Tagaytay: A Literary Anthology edited by Pamela Maranca, Alessandra Rose Miguel, and Ronald Verzo.

Julugan Weekly, a weekly literary paper.