‘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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A Taste of a Spiky Memoir

A Taste of a Spiky Memoir

When a man-about-town grows into a man who is at home in the world.

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The Fighting Filipinas

The Fighting Filipinas

A new book, Women Against Marcos, tells the stories of Filipino and Filipino American women who gave their all in the fight to bring down a dictator.

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Jesuit ‘Til You Read This Whodunit

Jesuit ‘Til You Read This Whodunit

Filipino priests act as gumshoes in a Filipino noir thriller set in an infamous Philippine dump.

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Book Review: A Village in the Fields

Book Review: A Village in the Fields

By focusing on the UFW strike in the 1960s and ‘70s, Patty Enrado’s debut novel, A Village in the Fields, picks up where Bulosan’s 1946 novel, America Is in the Heart, leaves off.

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Our Stories, Ourselves

Our Stories, Ourselves

Filipino American writers struggle against oblivion with Beyond Lumpia, Pansit and Seven Manangs Wild.

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