$12.00 [2 CPS.]
Aguilar-Carino, Maria Luisa
Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 1997. 127 p. Softcover
Poetry by the one of the Philippines’ best poets.
CARTOGRAPHY: A COLLECTION OF POETRY ON BAGUIO
$12.20 [OUT OF STOCK]
Aguilar-Carino, Maria Luisa B.
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1992. 99 p. ; Illustrated Softcover
The author explores ” … the past, present and the future of Baguio …” through poetry. The poems should interest anyone who has lived in or visited the mile-high city, which continues to evolve into something the original settlers could not have imagined. “Woman from the North” is a personal favorite.
HEARTHSTONE SACRED TREE
$9.80 [2 CPS.]
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1993. 104 p. Softcover
The poems in this collection comprise four sets of award winning entries to the Carlos Palanca Literary Awards in 1985, 1988, 1991 and 1992.
WORD WITHOUT END
$7.75 [3 CPS.]
Aquino, Cesar R.
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1993. 48 p. Softcover
The author has won the Palanca award for both fiction and poetry. Alfred A. Yuson writes “this intrepid poet has the eye, ear, and wit of a martyr enamored of mischief, of perpetual breath and imperishable chanson.”
GABRIELA’S SUNDIAL AND OTHER POEMS
$10.60 [4 CPS.]
Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1992. 75 p. Softcover
Most of these poems have previously appeared in Philippine publications such as Midweek and BusinessWorld. This is the author’s first book.
DECIMAL PLACES: POEMS
$10.60 [3 CPS.]
de Ungria, Ricardo M.
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1991. 121 p. Softcover
The third book of poems by the author, he is a professor in creative writing and the Humanities chair at the UP College of Arts and Communication. This book won a National Book Award in 1991.
$10.00 [2 CPS.]
de Ungria, Ricardo M.
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1994. 97 p. Softcover
A collection of thirty-eight poems exhibiting de Ungria’s lyricism that “touches the secret parts of sadness and desire.” This is the author’s fourth published book of poetry.
DILETTANTE: A COLLECTION OF LIGHT VERSES AND FOUR CARTOONS
$3.75 [1 CP.]
Manila: Regal Printing and Carolina Flores Trinidad, 1972. 121 p. Includes four cartoons Hardcover
Handwritten poetry about daily life. The cartoons at the end of the book are by her son, Corky Trinidad.
MUSEUM OF ABSENCES
$12.00 [1 CP.]
Francia, Luis H.
Quezon City & San Francisco: University of the Philippines Press and Meritage Press, 2004. 72 p. Softcover
DUMANON: DANDANIW ILUKO/WELCOME: ILUKO POEMS (TRANSLATED)
$14.95 [2 CPS.]
Hufana, A. G.
Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 1994. 200 p. Softcover
Collection of poetry written in Ilocano with English translation.
LYRICS FROM A DEAD LANGUAGE
$12.20 [1 CP.]
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1991. 109 p. Softcover
“Any new book of poetry by Gamalinda is an occasion for stating the nebulous character of Philippine literature–its existence and energy in spite of the odds against its survival.” - Cirilo F. Bautista
THE COMPLETE POEMS OF ANGELA MANALANG GLORIA
$13.00 [OUT OF STOCK]
Manlapaz, Edna Zapanta (ed)
Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1986. 150 p. Softcover
A collection of all the published poems (in English) of the poet from 1925 to 1950. The first Filipino woman to have a collection of poetry published, she is currently read with interest by a new generation of readers, a group of which are Filipino feminists in search of “forebears…who had to define their womanhood within the same patriarchal society…”
IN THE FULLNESS OF TIME
$5.40 [6 CPS.]
Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1991. 85 p. Softcover
“Here are poems I had long been searching for in order to stimulate my students’ interest in poetry.” - Howard Collins, Seoul International School.
SELECTED POEMS AND NEW
$9.95 [4 CPS.]
Villa, Jose Garcia
Makati, Manila: Bookmark, 1993. 235 p. Newsprint
“Mr. Villa’s poems are, in some cases, ‘pure poetry.’ They are compact of both imagination and fancy…The best of these poems are amongst the most beautiful written in our time.” - Dame Edith Sitwell. The book is part of Bookmark’s Filipino Literary Classics series.
TRADING IN MERMAIDS
$9.00 [4 CPS.]
Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1994. 95 p. Softcover
“Andy Warhol Speaks To His Two Filipino Maids” is the first poem in this collection, the third book of poetry published by the author. His haiku pieces on the Baguio earthquake are personal favorites.
THE ANCHORED ANGEL, SELECTED WRITINGS BY JOSE GARCIA VILLA
Tabios, Eileen and Hagedorn, Jessica
New York: Kaya Press, an imprint of MUAE Publishing, Inc. 1999. 255 pp. Softcover
This book reintroduces the work of the celebrated writer, Jose Garcia Villa, to the United States. At the height of his career, Villa’s writings earned him prizes, fellowships, and lavish praise from some of the greatest literary luminaries of the day. Yet his work has been out of the public eye for more than thirty years and out of print form more than fifteen. Although named to a National Artist in the Philippines where he was born, Villa remains largely unknown in the United States today. This publication recovers and rediscovers the work of this fierce iconoclast for a new generation.
Jose Garcia Villa was born in Manila in 1908 and emigrated to the United States in 1930. His swards and honors include a Shelley Memorial Award, American Academy of Arts and Letters Award and fellowships from the Guggenheim and Rockefeller Foundations. Villa died in 1997 in New York City.
CIRCLES WITH OPEN ENDS
Gamalinda, Diana T. and Gamalinda, Eric
Quezon City: Giraffe Books, 1998. 51 pp. Softcover
“Reading Diana’s poems was like regressing to a period in my life that was filled with difficulty and also joy. Many of us, especially when we were young, are afflicted with a screen of negativity that prevents us from seeing the joyful moments of our lives. I shared a home with this perplexing and wonderful poet for nineteen years, who briefly stayed with our family as though she was merely passing through. Such an honor is rarely experienced.” -- Eric Gamalinda.
Diana Gamalinda received the Focus Magazine award for poetry at the age of 17, and her poems were published in many prestigious magazines including the Manila Review. After her death in 1979, her family had planned to publish her poems, and finally her brother, Eric Gamalinda “summoned the courage to sift through her papers” in 1997.
RUSTLE OF BAMBOO LEAVES, SELECTED HAIKU AND OTHER POEMS
Gendrano, Victor P.
Morrisville, North Carolina: Lulu Enterprises, Inc., 2005. 226 pp. Softcover
Victor P. Gendrano is a retired librarian from the Los Angeles County Public Library. From 1987 to 1999, he published and edited Heritage Magazine, an English language quarterly dealing with Filipino culture, arts and letters, and the Filipino American experience. Heritage Magazine served as an outlet for his poems and literary works. His poems have also been published in numerous print and online magazines . Born and raised in the Philippines, he has a masters degree from Syracuse University and a bachelor’s degree from UP Los Banos.