FICTION BY FILIPINOS IN AMERICA Ed Cecilia Brainard

 



FICTION BY FILIPINOS IN AMERICA
A Classic Collection

Edited by Cecilia Manguerra Brainard

PALH (Philippine American Literary House), 258 pages, ISBN 971-1-953716-05-7, $17.95, NEW US EDITION

New Day Publishers, 1992 out of print

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Outstanding and Delightful, a Must-Read

Cecilia’s inspiration to collect and edit Fiction by Filipinos in America came about when she could not find such a book in the 1980s. The anthology was funded by a Brody Arts Fund and collects 22 stories by Filipinos in America, including Linda Ty-Casper, N.V.M. Gonzalez, Juan Dionisio, Bienvenido Santos, Cecilia Manguerra Brainard, Manuel Viray, Carlos Bulosan, Ligaya Victorio Fruto, Jean Vengua Gier, Alberto Florentino, Michelle Cruz Skinner, Paulino Lim, Jr., Samuel Tagatac, Virginia Cerenio, Julia Palarca, Oscar Penaranda, Erlinda Villamor Kravetz, Nadine Sarreal, Marianne Villanueva, Manuel Olimpo, Nenutzka Villamar, and Luis Cabalquinto.
Praise


“Definitely one of the most outstanding anthologies published [in 1993], this collection of stories by 23 Filipino writers who work or used to work in the United States is a must-read for all students of Philippine Literature.” (Isagani R. Cruz for the Philippine Star)

“(Editor) Manguerra Brainard’s selection is a delight. Some of the stories are masterly, especially those written by such reliables as Carlos Bulosan, Linda Ty-Casper, N.V.M. Gonzalez, and Alberto S. Florentino. None is less than highly competent, and all are worth reading. Manguerra Brainard has done an excellent job of mixing critical judgement and personal taste.” (World Literature Today)

Book Reviews

Sheng-Mei for Pilipinas, Michigan State University — No. 24, Spring 1995

Isagani R. Cruz for Philippine Star, Feb. 17, 1994


Al Camus Palomar for World Literature Today, Autumn 1994 

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