Book List in Order:12 titles

  • Please, San Antonio! & Melisande in Paris are two delightful novellas written by award-winnng authors about women who journey to Rome and Paris and find creativity, identity, love, and healing.In Eve La Salle Caram's Please, San Antonio!, an emotiona...


  • “This collective and collaborative novel proves that writers share much more than just an interest in, as one of the authors puts it, ‘the idea of creating something of rare beauty out of nothing at all.’ They share a Creative Unconscious that,...


  • Fiction by Filipinos in America is a highly acclaimed collection of stories by established and emerging Filipino and Filipino American writers. World Literature Today says, "(Editor) Manguerra Brainard's selection is a delight. Some of the stories ar...


  • This is another book by Cecilia Manguerra Brainard, internationally celebrated and award-winning author and editor. Cecilia’s Diary: 1962-1969, is a faithful record of Brainard’s days as a young colegiala in the Philippines. It is refreshing an...


  • Out of Cebu collects 28 essays by award-winning author, Cecilia Manguerra Brainard. Many of the essays are about Cebu, Philippines: its history, the places to see in this southern Philippine city, her experiences growing there, and colorful accounts ...


  • Acapulco at Sunset and Other Stories is award-winning author, Cecilia Manguerra Brainard's second short story collection. The seventeen enchanting Filipino short stories are grouped into four categories: Long Ago Tales, Stories from the '60s and '70s...


  • In this, her third collection of short stories, Cecilia Manguerra Brainard shows an uncanny talent for speaking in varied voices that bridge time and place: she is at home in Vigan, the mythical Ubec (Cebu), Sagada, Manila, Cusco, Peru, Calcutta, Ch...


  • "Woman With Horns and Other Stories" is the first collection by award-winning author, Cecilia Manguerra Brainard. The book has a dozen fascinating stories that take the readers back to a Philippine past, historical and contemporaneous, against a back...


  • Growing Up Filipino II: More Stories for Young Adults is the second volume of the Growing Up Filipino series by PALH. In this collection of 27 short stories, Filipino and Filipino American writers explore the universal challenges and experiences of F...






  • Cecilia Manguerra Brainard has written an ambitious novel of forbidden love. Set against the turbulent history of East Asia in the twentieth century and by turns erotic and tragic, Magdalena vividly depicts three generations of strong Filipino women....


  • In this fine short-story collection, 29 Filipino American writers explore the universal challenges of adolescence from the unique perspectives of teens in the Philippines or in the U.S. Organized into five sections--Family, Angst, Friendship, Love, a...


  • Blending the myths of the Philippines with the tragic history of the Filipino people, a visionary novel chronicles World War II's Japanese invasion of the Philippines, as nine-year-old Yvonne flees to the jungle seeking refuge, strength, and hope. A ...