FilAm Book Festival in San Francisco

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Booksigning at the Second FILBOOKFEST in San Francisco.

October 19-20, 2013
At the Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Room
Author Book Signing throughout the day

Venue: San Francisco Main Library
Civic Civic Center, San Francisco, CA

Please support our authors with your presence. Many of them have written award-winning books. Come, meet and greet them and have a book autographed for your private library or for donation to your local library or school. If you will be unable to attend, we accept orders by phone for autographed copies. Tel 310-514-9139.

BOOKSIGNING SCHEDULE

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2013

TABLE A
11:00am – 12:00noon

LUISA IGLORIA
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The Saints of Streets: Poems. 2013.
Juan Luna’s Revolver: Poems. 2009. Winner, 2009 Ernest Sandeen Prize.
Trill & Mordent: Poems. 2005.
Not Home, But Here: Writings from the Filipino Diaspora. Editor. 2003
Blood Sacrifice: Poems. 1998 National Book Award for Poetry, Philippines.
Encanto: Poems. 1994 National Book Award for Poetry, Philippines.
Cartography: Poems. 1993 National Book Award for Poetry, Philippines.

ALBERT J. MORTIZ
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Discover the Philippines Cookbook. 2012 reprint.
Descubre La Cocina Haute de Las Filipinas. 2012 reprint.
Beyond San Andreas: A Novel. 2010

MELINDA LUISA DE JESUS
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Pinay Power: Peminist Critical Theory. 2005. For reprint 2014.

12:00noon – 1:00pm

LENY MENDOZA STROBEL
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Back from the Crocodile’s Belly: Philippine Babaylan Studies and the Struggle for Indigenous Memory. Co-editor. 2013
Babaylan: Filipinos and the Call of the Indigenous. Editor. Reprint. 2013
A Book of Her Own: words and Images to Honor the Babaylan. 2005
Coming Full Circle: The Process of Decolonization Among Post-1965 Filipino Americans. 2005

GIOVANNI ORTEGA
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Leaves from the Silverlake Barrio. 2013. FPAC Pahayag’s 2013 Most Voted Writer. PEN Center USA’s Three Pinoy Writers.
ALLOS, The Story of Carlos Bulosan,
a one-act play commissioned by East West Players. 2010.
Produced by EW Player, 2011; Mezclao, 2012; CIRCA Pintig, 2012.

RICHIE QUIRINO

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Pinoy Jazz Traditions. 2004.
Mabuhay Jazz: Jazz in Postwar Philippines. 2008
Contemporary Jazz in the Philippines, 1970 to the Year 2010. 2011.

1:00pm – 2:00pm

M. EVELINA GALANG
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Angel de la Luna and the Fifth Glorious Mystery. 2013
Her Wild American Self: Short Stories. 1996
One Tribe. 2006. Winner, AAP Award for the Novel.
Screaming Monkeys: Critiques of Asian American Images, Editor. 2003.

BENJAMIN PIMENTEL
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How My Sons Lost Their Tagalog. 2013
Pareng Barack: Filipinos in Obama’s America. 2008
Mga Gerilya sa Powell Street.
Winner, 2007 National Book Award for Fiction, Philippines.
U.G. An Underground Tale.
The Journey of Edgar Jopson and the First Quarter Storm Generation. 2006

MARIVI SOLIVEN
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The Mango Bride. Winner, Palanca Award Grand Prize for the Novel. 2011.
Spooky Mo: Horror Stories. 2008.
Speak Up, Woman! Editor. 2004.
Suddenly Stateside. 2002
Philippine Fright. Stories for Young Readers. 1996

2:00pm – 3:00pm

LESLIE RYAN
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I Am Flippish, a juvenile book. 2012

CELINE PARRENAS SHIMIZU
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The Feminist Porn Book: The Politics of Producing Pleasure. 2013
Straitjacket Sexualities:
Unbinding Asian American Manhoods in the Movies. 2012
Hypersexuality of Race:
Performing Asian/American
Women on Screen and Scene. 2007.
Winner, 2009 Best Book Prize in Cultural Studies
, Assoc. for Asian American Studies.

MELINDA L. DE JESUS
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Pinay Power: Peminist Critical Theory. 2005. For reprint 2014.

3:00pm – 4:00pm

DAWN BOHULANO MABALON
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Little Manila is In the Heart:
The Making of the Filipina/o American Community in Stockton, California. 2013
Filipinos in Stockton. Co-editor. 2008

ANGELA NARCISO TORRES
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Blood Orange: Poems. 2013.
Grand Prize Winner for Poetry. Willow Books Literature Awards.

BENJAMIN PIMENTEL
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How My Sons Lost Their Tagalog. 2013
Pareng Barack: Filipinos in Obama’s America. 2008
Mga Gerilya sa Powell Street.
Winner, 2007 National Book Award for Fiction, Philippines.
U.G. An Underground Tale.
The Journey of Edgar Jopson and the First Quarter Storm Generation. 2006

4:00pm – 5:00pm

MARIANNE VILLANUEVA
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The Lost Language: Stories. 2009
Mayor of the Roces: Stories. 2005
Going Home to a Landscape. 2003
Ginseng and Other Tales from Manila. 1991. Nominee, Manila Circle Critics Award.

CECILIA MANGUERRA BRAINARD
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Magnificat: Mama Mary’s Pilgrim Sites . Editor. 2012
Out of Cebu: Essays and Personal Prose. 2012
Vigan and other Stories. 2011
Angelica’s Daughters, a Dugtungan Novel.Co-author. 2010.
Growing Up Filipino II: More Stories for Young Adults. 2010
Finding God: True Stories of Spiritual Encounters. Co-editor. 2009
Ala Carte Food and Fiction. Co-editor. 2007
Behind the Walls:Life of Convent Girls.Co-editor. 2005.
Growing Up Filipino: Stories for Young Adults. 2003
Cecilia’s Diary: 1962-1969. Memoir. 2003
Magdalena: A Novel. 2002
Journey of 100 Years:
Reflections on the Centennial of Philippine Independence. Co-editor. 1999.
When the Rainbow Goddess Wept: A Novel. 1999 reprint.
Contemporary Fiction by Filipinos in America. 1998
Acapulco at Sunset and other Stories. 1995
Fiction by Filipinos in America . 1993
Philippine Woman in America. 1991.
Woman with Horns and Other Stories. 1987. Limited copies available.

JON PINEDA
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Apology: A Novel. Winner, Milkweed National Fiction Prize. 2013
Sleep in Me: A Memoir. Winner, 2010 Holiday Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Program Selection and named one of the top memoirs of 2010 by Library Journal.
The Translator’s Diary: Poems. Winner, 2007 Green Rose Prize for Poetry from New Issues Press
Birthmark: Poems. First place winner in the 2003 Crab Orchard Series in Poetry Open Competition Awards

TABLE B
4:00pm – 5:00pm

LYSLEY TENORIO
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Monstress: Stories. 2012

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2013

TABLE A
12:00noon – 1:00pm

LORENZO PARAN
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Pinoy in America: The Stateside Life in the Time of Barack Obama, Facebook and Pacquiao-mania. Essays. 2011.

E. R. ESCOBER
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The Facebook Nostradamus: A Novel. 2011
Givenchy Code: An Homage and a Parody. 2005
Not My Bowl for Rice: A Novel. 2002

1:00pm – 2:00pm

LESLIE RYAN
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I am Flippish, a juvenile book. 2012

PENELOPE FLORES
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The Philippine Jeepney: A Filipino Family Metaphor. 2008
Good Bye, Vientiane: Untold Stories of Filipinos in Laos. Editor.2005.

MARIVI SOLIVEN
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The Mango BrideWinner, Palanca Award Grand Prize for the Novel. 2011.
Spooky Mo: Horror Stories. 2008.
Speak Up, Woman! Editor. 2004.
Suddenly Stateside. 2002
Philippine Fright. Stories for Young Readers. 1996

2:00pm – 3:00pm

M. EVELINA GALANG
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Angel de la Luna and the Fifth Glorious Mystery. 2013
Her Wild American Self: Short Stories. 1996
One Tribe. 2006. Winner, AAP Award for the Novel.
Screaming Monkeys: Critiques of Asian American Images, Editor.

MARIANNE VILLANUEVA
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The Lost Language: Stories. 2009
Mayor of the Roces: Stories. 2005
Going Home to a Landscape. 2003
Ginseng and Other Tales from Manila. 1991. Nominee, Manila Circle Critics Award.

NIEVES CATAHAN VILLAMIN
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Bittermelons and Mimosas: A Philippine Memoir

3:00pm – 4:00pm

MARVIN GAPULTOS
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The Adobo Road Cookbook: A Filipino Food Journey-from Food Blog. To Food Truck. And Beyond. 2013.

CLAUDE TAYAG
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Kulinarya: A Guidebook to Philippine Cuisine. Co-author. 2008.
Food Tour: A Culinary Journal. 2007.
Linamnam: Eating One’s Way Around the Philippines. Co-author. 2012

ALBERT J. MORTIZ
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Discover the Philippines Cookbook. 2012 reprint.
Descubre La Cocina Haute de Las Filipinas. 2012 reprint.
Beyond San Andreas: A Novel. 2010

TABLE B
1:00pm – 2:00pm

ARACELI RESUS
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The Philippine Jeepney: A Filipino Family Metaphor. Co-author. 2008

2:00pm – 3:00pm

GIOVANNI ORTEGA

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Leaves from the Silverlake Barrio. 2013. FPAC Pahayag’s 2013 Most Voted Writer. PEN Center USA’s Three Pinoy Writers.
ALLOS, The Story of Carlos Bulosan,
a one-act play commissioned by East West Players. 2010.
Produced by EW Player, 2011; Mezclao, 2012; CIRCA Pintig, 2012.

NICK DE OCAMPO
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Film: American Influences on Philippine Cinema. 2011
Cine: Spanish Influences on Early Cinema in the Philippines. 2007.
Lost Films of Asia. 2006

3:00pm – 4:00pm

CECILIA MANGUERRA BRAINARD
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Magnificat: Mama Mary’s Pilgrim Sites . Editor. 2012
Out of Cebu: Essays and Personal Prose. 2012
Vigan and other Stories. 2011
Angelica’s Daughters, a Dugtungan Novel.Co-author. 2010.
Growing Up Filipino II: More Stories for Young Adults. 2010
Finding God: True Stories of Spiritual Encounters. Co-editor. 2009
Ala Carte Food and Fiction. Co-editor. 2007
Behind the Walls:Life of Convent Girls.Co-editor. 2005.
Growing Up Filipino: Stories for Young Adults. 2003
Cecilia’s Diary: 1962-1969. Memoir. 2003
Magdalena: A Novel. 2002
Journey of 100 Years:
Reflections on the Centennial of Philippine Independence. Co-editor. 1999.
When the Rainbow Goddess Wept: A Novel. 1999 reprint.
Contemporary Fiction by Filipinos in America. 1998
Acapulco at Sunset and other Stories. 1995
Fiction by Filipinos in America . 1993
Philippine Woman in America. 1991.
Woman with Horns and Other Stories. 1987. Limited copies available.

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Twelve FilAm Authors to Sign Books at FPAC

FPAC22_0 Saturday, Sept 7, 2013 and Sunday, Sept 8, 2013
11:55am – 4:00pm

Twelve authors will be signing their books during the Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC) at Point Fermin, San Pedro on the weekend of Sept 7 and 8. This will be the 22nd annual Festival organized by FilAmArts, the premier arts organization of the Filipino American community of Los Angeles. Philippine Expressions Bookshop, now on its 29th year of operation as a Filipiniana book specialist will sponsor the booksigning which will be held at their booths at the Festival. The authors who will be booksigning on specific dates and time are:

Saturday, Sept 7.

12:00noon – 2:00pm.

MGAdobo-Road-Cookbook-CoverMarvin Gapultos, author of The Adobo Road Cookbook: A Filipino Food Journey – from Food Blog to Food Truck, and Beyond
leslie-v-ryan-headshot-2012-1 Leslie Ryan, author of I Am Flippish!, a children’s book that highlights the multicultural heritage of her two children who are of Filipino and Irish parentage.
giovanniortegasilverlakeGiovanni Ortega, author of Leaves from the Silverlake Barrio, a collection of prose and poetry. Ortega is a poet, playwright and performer and has performed his poetry all over the US.

From 2:00pm – 4:00pm, Leslie Ryan will again sign her book, and tentatively, with Marvin Gapultos. Myrna de la Paz aka as Myrna Mulhern, author of Abadeha: Philippine Cinderella has also been invited to sign from 2-4pm on Saturday.

Myrna J. De la Paz abadehaMyrna J. de la Paz aka Myrna Mulhern, author of Abadeha: The Philippine Cinderella.

2:00pm – 4:00pm

imelda fowlerHome and BackImelda Lorayna Fowler, author of Home and Back Again, is the mother of two and a grandmother of three children. She is also a National and State Power Lifting champion (97 lbs. class), holding several records in the United States. In her book, she relates her Near Death Experiences (NDE), which gives the reader not only a glimpse of our real home, but answers many of life’s basic questions. Moreover, it will inspire and give hope, strength, healing and above all, faith and love for God to live better more meaningful and loving lives.

Sunday, September 8.

12:00noon – 2:00pm.

WertzJayThe Pacific Vol. 1: Pearl Harbor to GuadalcanalJay Wertz, who is an American chronicler of World War ll will join the Fil Am authors and will sign his two books, The Pacific: War Stories. WWll Firshand, Vol. l: Pearl Harbor to Guadalcanal which includes accounts of the Filipino participation in WWll and his recent book, The Pacific: War Stories. WWll Firsthand Vol. Two. The Solomons to Saipan. Both titles were published by Weider History Publications, Virginia
mortizdiscovphilcookbkAlbert J. Mortiz, author of Discover the Philippines Cookbook. A self-taught cook, Albert is a world traveler and has been exposed to a lot of cultures as well as their cooking traditions.
Judy PatacsilFilipinos in San DiegoJudy Patacsil, author of Filipinos in San Diego. She is a tenured professor at Miramar College, San Diego, a second generation Fil Am and a Trustee of the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS).
imageimagePatricia Justiniani McReynolds, author of Almost Americans: A Quest for Dignity. An American Memoir. Her father was Filipino who married a Norwegian-born woman and as a child, McReynolds suffered the stings of prejudice while helping her parents negotiate the shoals of racism.

All the above authors will continue to sign their books from 2:00pm – 4:00pm.

12:00nn – 1:00pm

lorenzoparanPinoy-in-AmericaLorenzo Paran III, author of Pinoy in America, a collection of interesting vignettes regarding life in America for Pinoys and of course, Pinays. Read it and find yourself in the many stories being retold here. Third, (that is his real nickname) was Asst. Professor in the Dept of English and Comparative Literature at the University of the Philippines before he moved to the US. He now reviews Filipino American art and culture as well as work as a Copy Editor and Page Designer of Los Angeles News Group.

1:00pm – 4:00pm

sumi-haruironlotusSumi Sevilla Haru, author of Iron Lotus: Memoirs. For forty years, Haru had advocated for the rights of people of color, women and for realistic images of Asian Pacific Americans in the media. She was a national vice-president of the AFL-CIO.

2:00pm -4:00pm

cmmimageCarina Monica Montoya, aka Carina Forsythe will sign her latest book, A Rose and a Butterfly: An Autobiography of an Immigrant’s Daughter. Montoya shares the story of her life as a second generation Fil Am born and raised in Los Angeles, who is “too brown to be “white” and “too white-washed to be “brown.” She is also the author of four other books: Filipinos in Hollywood, Los Angeles’s Historic Filipinotown, Let’s Cook Adobo, a juvenile book and Santa Maria Valley which includes accounts of Filipinos in the area. The last title was co-authored by the Santa Maria Valley Historical Society.
imageimageDawn Bohulano Mabalon, author of Little Manila Is In The Heart: The Making of the Filipina/o American Community in Stockton, California was also scheduled to sign her latest book at the Festival but will be unable to come because of illness. Mabalon’s first book is Filipinos in Stockton which is still in print.

For the last twenty-two years, Philippine Expressions Bookshop has been sponsoring booksignings at their booth at the Festival. This is an ongoing outreach program in order to help develop the interest of Filipino Americans for books written by authors of Filipino ancestry.If you will be unable to attend, the Bookshop accepts orders for signed copies of authors’ books until Thursday, Sept. 6. Just call (310) 514-9139 or email: linda@philippineexpressionsbookshop.com. You can become a friend of Friends of Philippine Expressions Bookshop on facebook. The bookshop’s address is PO Box 4201, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274.
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Everyone is invited. Please drop by our Booth and browse. A select collection of fine Filipiniana books and books written by Filipino Americans authors will be on display, suitable for all ages. Support writings by FIl Am authors and have your books autographed by them. See you …