Check out my recently published creative non-fiction piece “Shufflling Water” in Kartika Review, a fantastic literary journal of Asian American writing. Have a look at their masthead for their advisory board. I get totally tickled that some of these big literary names might actually read my writing! Thrilling! Also in Issue 13 is CSUS cohort, … Read more
I’m pleased to announce that my self-published chapbook “Annotated Pai Gow Poker” is now available for purchase via my website store through Big Cartel. Check out the review in the Sacramento Press column “Book Talk.” Special thanks to Trina Drotar!
I’ve finished designing and binding my self-published chapbook “Annotated Pai Gow Poker“. While it was a lot of fun putting it all together, I learned a lot about how not to bind a chapbook. However, I am very happy with the end result. The chapbook includes “Annotated Pai Gow Poker”, previously published in Denver Quarterly, … Read more
I’m excited to share that my experimental writing”Annotated Pai Gow Poker” was recently published in Denver Quarterly‘s summer issue, Volume 45, No 4. I can’t describe how proud I am of this particular piece, or how thankful I am to Denver Quarterly for publishing it. I could never have done it without my colleagues Marie … Read more
Check out Chicken Skin & Impossible Trees, IWL 2o11′s anthology. We’re also having two performances in July. Wed, Jul 6 | 7pm – 9pm | $10 – $15 Kearny Street Workshop, Intersection for the Arts and AMATE: Women Painting Stories present The 8th Annual Interdisciplinary Writers Lab 2011 Literary Reading & Online Anthology Launch Chicken … Read more
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2010, 6:30 Walang Hiya (No Shame) A ground-breaking anthology of poetry and short fiction featuring Pilipino and Pilipino American writers Thursday, October 28, 2010, 6:30PM Reading begins at 7PM followed by Q&A Hagerty Lounge, De La Salle Hall, Saint Mary’s College READINGS BY Joan Iva Cube, Roseli Ilano, David S. Maduli, Jen … Read more
Today, I was thrilled to receive my contributor copies of “Walang Hiya…Literature Taking Risks Toward Liberatory Practice.” I had to stop myself from licking the cover, it just looked so delicious to me. Thanks to Lolan Buhain Sevilla and Roseli Ilano for including my short story, “Unripe Bananas” in this wonderful project and providing me … Read more
The Filipino American Center of the San Francisco Public Library and Carayan Press present: Reading and Intergenerational Writing Workshop in support of “Walang Hiya…Literature Taking Risks Toward Liberatory Practice – Sunday, August 15, 2010
Philippine American Writers and Artists, Inc. (PAWA) presents PAWA Arkipelago Literary Series Featuring Walang Hiya…Literature Taking Risks Toward Liberatory Practice Edited by Lolan Buhain Sevilla and Roseli Ilano A launching of a new anthology with readings by contributing writers: Aimee Suzara Edene Matutina Joan Iva Cube David Maduli Kristen Sajonas Artwork by Aimee Espiritu Readings … Read more
WALANG HIYA…LITERATURE TAKING RISKS TOWARD LIBERATORY PRACTICE AVAILABLE PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE DAY 2010
New Literary Anthology Features 32 Filipino Writers on the Verge
(San Francisco, CA) Presented by Carayan Press, Walang Hiya…Literature Taking Risks Toward Liberatory Practice is a groundbreaking collection of poetry and short fiction by today’s most established and anticipated Filipino and Filipino-American Writers. Walang Hiya, a term traditionally used to shame has been reclaimed through this body of work to examine the taboo in our communities with fresh, honest and unflinching voices.