Book Signing Schedule

BOOKSIGNING SCHEDULE

Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture
Point Fermin Park, San Pedro, CA
Festival Hours – 10am – 6:00pm both days.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

1:00pm – 3:00pm

Carina Monica Montoya, AKA Carina Forsythe. Let’s Cook Adobo, a juvenile book with illustrations by Eliseo Art Silva; Filipinos in Hollywood; Los Angeles’s Historic Filipinotown; and Santa Maria Valley, in collaboration with Santa Maria Valley Historical Society.

Brian Roley. American Son: A Novel. And the following titles where he is a contributor: Magnificat: Mama Mary’s Pilgrim Sites; Finding God: True Stories of Spiritual Encounters; California Uncovered: Stories of the 2lst Century; Growing Up Filipino 1 and 2.

Leslie V. Ryan. I Am Flippish. A juvenile book. (NB: Flippish is a descriptive term which means Filipino and Irish in heritage)

Jay Wertz. The Pacific: War Stories WWll Firsthand. Volume 1. Pearl Harbor to Guadalcanal. (With coverage on the Philippines)

3:00pm – 5:00pm

Jay Wertz. The Pacific: War Stories WWll Firsthand. Volume 1. Pearl Harbor to Guadalcanal. (With coverage on the Philippines)

Sunday, September 9, 2012

12:00noon – 2:00pm

Lorenzo Paran III. Pinoy in America: The stateside life in the time of Barack Obama, Facebook and Pacquiao-mania.

1:00pm – 3:00pm 

Cecilia Manguerra Brainard. Magdalena: A Novel; Out of Cebu: Essays and Personal Prose; Vigan and Other Stories; Finding God: True Stories of Spiritual Encounters, co-edited with Marily Ysip-Orosa; Magnificat: Mama Mary’s Pilgrim Sites, editor; Angelica’s Daughters: a Dugtungan novel written with four other authors; A la Carte: Food and Fiction, co-edited with Marily Ysip-Orosa; Behind the Walls: Life of Convent Girls, co-edted with Marily Ysip-Orosa;

Lucy Adao McGinley. Magnificat: Mama Mary’s Pilgrim Sites where she contributed the article Spain: Our Lady of the Pillar. Our Mother’s Visit from Zaragoza.

DiscovPhilCookBkAlbert Mortiz. Discover the Philippines Cookbook.  Albert  is a resident of CA for the last thirty years. He holds a BA in Foreign Service from the University of Manila, and is president of the Pilipino Artists & Cultural Guild in LA, a Red Cross volunteer a world traveler and enjoys singing in his church choir, photography, classical music, cooking, ballroom dancing and Impressionist-style painting. His other books are Oblation: A Revelation of Cultural Awareness and Understanding and Adventures in European Travel and a novel, Beyond San Andreas.

Leslie Ryan. I Am Flippish. A juvenile book. (NB: Flippish is a descriptive term which means Filipino and Irish in heritage)

2:00pm – 4:00pm

Eliseo Art Silva. Filipinos of Greater Philadelphia; Let’s Cook Adobo, a juvenile book with illustrations by Eliseo Art Silva;

4:00pm – 5pm

Cecilia Manguerra Brainard. Magdalena: A Novel; Out of Cebu: Essays and Personal Prose; Vigan and Other Stories; Finding God: True Stories of Spiritual Encounters, co-edited with Marily Ysip-Orosa; Magnificat: Mama Mary’s Pilgrim Sites, editor; Angelica’s Daughters: a Dugtungan novel written with four other authors; A la Carte: Food and Fiction, co-edited with Marily Ysip-Orosa; Behind the Walls: Life of Convent Girls, co-edted with Marily Ysip-Orosa;

Lucy Adao McGinley. Magnificat: Mama Mary’s Pilgrim Sites where she contributed the article Spain: Our Lady of the Pillar. Our Mother’s Visit from Zaragoza.

Albert Mortiz. Discover the Philippines Cookbook.

Leslie Ryan. I Am Flippish. A juvenile book. (NB: Flippish is a descriptive term which signifies a Filipino and Irish heritage)

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