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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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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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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Write Things

Write Things

Want to be a writer? Here’s Where the Write Things Are.

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The Writer As Disruptor

The Writer As Disruptor

In which the journalist Ben Pimentel traces his journey as a writer.

    

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October Light, Undiminished

October Light, Undiminished

A year after his passing, Filipino-American poet Jeff Tagami’s friends remember him and his graceful, humble, yet powerful poems.

    

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Diaspora Journal: Whisper, Carabao

Diaspora Journal: Whisper, Carabao

In which a writer literally embraces a literary cliché and takes it home.

    

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Awesome Women: Carmen Guerrero Nakpil and Gilda Cordero-Fernando

Awesome Women: Carmen Guerrero Nakpil and Gilda Cordero-Fernando

Gemma Nemenzo would love to have a marathon gabfest–covering breakfast, lunch, dinner and two meriendas–with two of the Philippines' best women writers.

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Rebels from the Ruling Class: A review of Gina Apostol’s Gun Dealers’ Daughter

Rebels from the Ruling Class: A review of Gina Apostol’s Gun Dealers’ Daughter

Novel tracks the angst of rich kids who side with the poor.

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