Sunday, June 17, 2007

On Comments and Feedback

One aspect of PGS is that it encourages readers and authors to interact with each other. That's why we have links to the authors' blogs here, and why we list down their blog and email addresses at the end of their stories in each issue, along with a brief biography and their writing notes.

We want you readers to tell the writers what you think of their work, and to ask any questions that you may have. In the event that you wish to remain anonymous, we encourage you to send your comments to us (you can use any of the email addresses for submissions we have listed on this blog) and we can forward your comments to the authors with your names deleted. Don't worry. Discretion is our watchword.

Thank you to all those who have emailed their comments directly to the authors or who have coursed their comments through PGS. Please continue to do so. I'm sure the authors enjoy hearing from you.

But then, there have been a few reviewers who have gone and posted their comments publicly on their blogs. They've taken the time, effort, and space, to tell their blog-visitors about PGS, it's contributors, and what they think of the stories. We are grateful for them, and we have linked to those blog posts below.

To those reviewers who've made their thoughts public, thank you very much! Please continue to do so, and we'll continue to link back to you from the PGS blog. And if anyone else does post their reviews publicly on their blogs, let us know, and we'll do the same for you.

Pinoy Penman: A Wonderful Thing
To the Tale, and Other Such Concerns
The Grin Without A Cat
On An Other Life
Pinoy Book Review

To the Tale, and Other Such Concerns
The Soapbox Barbie Connection 1, 2


Blogger Unknown said...

Hello to the inspiring gentlemen of PGS! It sure was a great pleasure having you on the show. We'd love to have you join us again (perhaps to plug the release of the fourth installment of "the digest").

We have given away volumes 1 and 2 of the digest to lucky winners on the show and they were very happy to have their own copy! I might need to give up my copies if we get more text messages from interested listeners.

By the way, can u give us a rundown on which shops listeners can go to to grab a copy of the PGS digest?

Many thanks and may you always empower us all in your advocacy of the Filipino creative and literary talent.

Dianne Jangayo - "Chloe", C&C Music Factory, Mellow 947

3:21 AM  
Blogger pgenrestories said...

Hi DJ Chloe! Thank you very much for inviting and taking care of us on your show. It was great! And thank you for inviting us back. We will take you up on that offer!

PGS can be found at Comic Quest, mag:net, Fully Booked, Booktopia, Books for Less, A Different Bookstore, A Popular Bookstore, Loyola Schools Bookstore, Ayala Museum, and Filipinas Heritage Library.

We might be able to spare a few more copies (most likely issue 1) for you to giveaway. Would you like us to send them to you?

Many, many thanks again!

8:28 AM  

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