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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In Her Own Write

In Her Own Write

A conversation with writer Candy Gourlay on the art of writing the Filipino Story

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From Brooklyn to Buscalan: A Journey to Whang Od

From Brooklyn to Buscalan: A Journey to Whang Od

Meeting Whang Od, the oldest living traditional mambabatok artist, is worth the mountain trip.

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A Day in the Life of a Poet Laureate

 A Day in the Life of a Poet Laureate

Meet a poet who’s a laureate

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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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Hello, Dali: Salvador, Venus and Me

Hello, Dali: Salvador, Venus and Me

As a young man, the author bought a ‘Salvador Dali print,’ and for a good part of his adult life worried if he had been conned.

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Esmie Gayo McLaren’s True Colors

Esmie Gayo McLaren’s True Colors

For the painter Esmie Gayo MacLaren, the focus has always been about building community and connectedness in the context of current issues.

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Rizal +: A One-Stop Shop for Everything Rizal

Rizal +: A One-Stop Shop for Everything Rizal

If you think you know most everything about the Philippines’ national hero, think again.

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Monica Ong: Capturing Poetry’s Healing Power

Monica Ong:  Capturing Poetry’s Healing Power

Monica Ong’s debut collection, Silent Anatomies, creates a riveting connection of family hierarchy, medical background and creative art.

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Juan de la Cruz Goes to the Theater in America

Juan de la Cruz Goes to the Theater in America

A Who’s Who in Fil-Am theater

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