Linda Ty-Casper, Master Storyteller

Linda Ty-Casper, Master Storyteller

Meet a Filipina master writer of fiction whose most important works are set during historical milestones in the Philippines.

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Passion in the Time of Revolution

Passion in the Time of Revolution

Why you should read The Betrayed, a complex and rich novel whose main characters are not heroic.

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Book Review: America Is Not the Heart

Book Review: America Is Not the Heart

Elaine Castillo’s debut novel tugs at the link between Carlos Bulosan’s world and today’s Filipino America.

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A Kid’s World Depicted with Humor and Grace

A Kid’s World Depicted with Humor and Grace

The themes of Erin Entrada Kelly’s award-winning book, Hello Universe, resonate with adolescents.

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Healing From an Unbearable Grief

Healing From an Unbearable Grief

How a mother eventually recovers from the murder of her only son.

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An Enjoyable Period Piece

An Enjoyable Period Piece

Go back in time, to a murder in 1900s Philippines, through Cecilia Manguerra Brainard’s latest novel.

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Book Review: Of Adobo, Apple Pie, and Schnitzel with Noodles

Book Review: Of Adobo, Apple Pie, and Schnitzel with Noodles

A buffet of stories for readers to nibble, relish and digest.

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‘A Time to Rise’: Filipino American Memoirs of Revolution

‘A Time to Rise’: Filipino American Memoirs of Revolution

An intimate look into one of the most radical organizations to emerge in Filipino American history.

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Book Review: Laurel Fantauzzo’s The First Impulse

Book Review: Laurel Fantauzzo’s The First Impulse

The murders of two cinephile expatriate lovers inspired Laurel Fantauzzo’s book, which combines elements of mystery, reportage, memoir, biography and elegy.

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Sweet as Candy

Sweet as Candy

While happy and culturally immersed in London, an expatriate writer finds that the Philippines is always at the core of her work.

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