Babaylan: An Anthology of Filipina and Filipina American Writers, Volume 1

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Nick Carbo, Nick Carbˇ, Eileen Tabios
Aunt Lute Books, 2000 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Fiction. Asian American Studies. As the first international anthology of Filipina writers published in the United States, BABAYLAN reflects the complex history of a people whose roots have stretched to both sides of the globe. The voices represented in this collection offer a broad and varied perspective on the Filipina writer whose diasporic existence is a living, breathing bridge, not only between countries but also generations, as strong voices from the past fuel realities of the future. As a result, vibrant and original art, the trademark of Filipina writers perpetually emerges and evolves. With contributions from over 60 writers both Filipina and Filipina American BABAYLAN provides readers with a comprehensive view of a growing and vibrant transnational literary culture. Challenging. Innovative. Fierce and reflective. Somber and funny. No one word can capture the extraordinary range of this collection."

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In their variety, the fiction, poetry, and poetry in translation included in this exciting new anthology show the transitory nature of the literature of a people who live at the crossroads, on two ... Read full review


Nick Carbˇ The Other Half of the
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Eileen Tabios Rupturing Language for the Rapture of Beauty

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About the author (2000)

Nick Carb˛ is the author of three books of poetry, including El Grupo McDonald's (1995) and Secret Asian Man (2000). He has edited three anthologies of Filipino literature, including RETURNING A BORROWED TONGUE and PINOY POETICS. Among his awards are fellowships in poetry from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Foundation for the Arts. He resides in Madrid.

Eileen R. Tabios has released seventeen print, four electronic, and one CD poetry collections, an art essay collection, a poetry essay/interview anthology, a short story book, and a collection of novels. She is a recipient of the Philippines' National Book Award for Poetry. Her poems have been translated into Spanish, Italian, Tagalog, Japanese, Paintings, Video, Drawings, Visual Poetry, Mixed Media Collages, Kali Martial Arts, Modern Dance, and Sculpture.

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