Paloma Press Books in Libraries & Bookstores Near You
You can check these out today! WASHINGTON, D.C. Library of Congress The Future Is a Country I Do Not Live in by Cynthia Buiza (poetry) Close Apart by Robert Cowan (poetry) Shellback by Jeanne-Marie Osterman (poetry) Wanna Peek Into My Notebook? by Barbara Jane Reyes (essays) Seven Skirts by Jacki Rigoni (poetry) The Good Mother…
Osterman reads Tabios!
More information about Eileen R. Tabios’ short story collection, Pagpag, here. More information about Jeanne-Marie Osterman’s poetry collection, Shellback, here.
Maileen Hamto reviews PAGPAG
From THE HALO-HALO REVIEW: It’s an unfortunate and ugly reality that many people in the homeland are so destitute, so poor, that they make a necessary living out of garbage. The practice of “pagpag” involves going through mountains of trash to salvage food and anything else than can be saved to be resold, reused, or…
Pushcart Prize Nominees
We’re very pleased to announce our 2021 PUSHCART PRIZE nominees! MARCELINAFrom Marcelina by Jean Vengua (September 2020) WHILE YOU RESTFrom Shield the Joyous by Christopher X. Shade (April 2020) THE LAWNMOWERFrom Shield the Joyous by Christopher X. Shade (April 2020) IN THE ALABAMA TOWN WHERE I GREW UP, THE TOWN SQUARE WASN’T A SQUARE. From Shield the…
Noelle Q. de Jesus reviews PAGPAG
New review of Eileen Tabios’ PAGPAG by Noelle Q. de Jesus: “My first encounter with the work of Eileen R. Tabios was in the middle of 1999. I was in the middle of sorting submissions and curating intentionally diverse work for a flash fiction anthology I had proposed to Anvil Publishing in Manila, that eventually…
Denise Low interviews Eileen Tabios; Neil Leadbetter reviews PAGPAG
Denise Low interviews Eileen R. Tabios; Neil Leadbetter reviews PAGPAG by Eileen R. Tabios DL: You have a large body of published work, and the listing of publications is available on your website. How does this new book of short stories PAGPAG: The Dictator’s Aftermath in the Diaspora (Paloma Press) relate to your themes in…