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  • The Woman Who Had Two Navels and Tales of the Tropical Gothic

    The Woman Who Had Two Navels and Tales of the Tropical Gothic

    Fiction March 17, 2018

    Celebrating the centennial of his birth, the first-ever U.S. publication of Philippine writer Nick Joaquin’s seminal works, with a foreword by PEN/Open Book Award–winner Gina ApostolA New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice Nick Joa...

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  • Henry's Awesome Christmas (1)

    Henry's Awesome Christmas (1)

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    “Henry’s Awesome Christmas” is a book you won’t want to put down. Christmas was right around the corner. But, six-year-old Henry was really sad. Henry had hoped to see his grandparents over the holidays. Traveling from where he lived though, was very...

  • Krystal Hut: Stories

    Krystal Hut: Stories

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    Stories on the Asian immigrant experience continue to hold a certain fascination with readers everywhere. “Krystal Hut: Stories” is a finely wrought debut collection showcasing some of the author’s award-winning and previously published stories. They...

  • From Exile To Diaspora: Versions Of The Filipino Experience In The United States

    From Exile To Diaspora: Versions Of The Filipino Experience In The United States

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    As the largest contingent of Asian/Pacific Islanders in the United States today, Filipinos have been described as “invisible,” “forgotten,” marginal “others,” and, on the whole, inconsequential. From Exile to Diaspora challenges these stere...

  • AGAM Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change

    AGAM Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    -nothing written-

  • Tales: by a Parochial Filipina (Volume 1)

    Tales: by a Parochial Filipina (Volume 1)

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    Tales by a Parochial Filipina attempts to recount the many tales including those superstitions that the old mothers and grandmothers in the Philippine countryside still love to tell despite the younger generation’s apparent disbelief and semi-deafnes...

  • Tales: By a Dramatic Filipina (Volume 1)

    Tales: By a Dramatic Filipina (Volume 1)

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    Tales are the stories of those many people who seem very ordinary, living commonplace lives. No flashy lifestyles, no highly intelligent discourses, no fantastical struggles, no whimsy dreams. These are their stories, dramatic though they are, told s...

  • Writings 9

    Writings 9

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    Collection of writings by various authors: I. Solidarity in Literature W/out Borders, Simeon Dumdum Jr + + II. Macario Sakay Vindicated, Gemma Cruz Araneta + + III. The Dilemma of the Last Filipino, Larry Henares + + IV. Ping Joaquin, Fil. Jazz Piani...

  • Home To Stay: Asian American Fiction by Women

    Home To Stay: Asian American Fiction by Women

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    anthology of short fiction

  • The Secrets That We Keep: A #HeistClub New Blood Anthology

    The Secrets That We Keep: A #HeistClub New Blood Anthology

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    Oh, we weave such a tangled dark web. Is it possible to disentangle oneself without inflicting damage, permanent damage, to one’s person?When a person goes missing, how do you find her? Where do you find her? Does she even want to be found?A vigilant...

  • Anting-Anting Stories and Other Strange Tales of the Filipinos

    Anting-Anting Stories and Other Strange Tales of the Filipinos

    Fiction April 11, 2018

    The Anting-Anting is both talisman and fetich: it is the Filipino version of good medicine. The characters and situations in these eleven stories are from an earlier, less progressive era. These stories contain adventure, mystical elements, pirates, ...

  • Filipino Popular Tales (Dodo Press): Folk-Tales Which Were Collected In The Philippines During The Y

    Filipino Popular Tales (Dodo Press): Folk-Tales Which Were Collected In The Philippines During The Y

    Fiction March 29, 2018

    Folk-tales which were collected in the Philippines during the years from 1908 to 1914 by Dean S. Fansler.

  • The Hometown Hazard

    The Hometown Hazard

    Fiction March 29, 2018

    Jules Coronado has been away from her hometown for almost a decade but when an intruder breaks in to her childhood home, she finds herself coming back. Changes evidently took place in her small town, including her childhood best friend’s younger brot...