(Re)writing the Philippines: An Introduction
The works we have selected challenge a monolithic view of the fragmented histories and interconnected, overlapping cultures in the Philippines.
Coconut trees, palm fronds gone. Decapitated.
Three or four days / he hangs out in our house.
“Languages Constantly Crackling in the Air”: A Conversation with Jessica Hagedorn
Not enough is known about the Philippines.
We belt out everything from ABBA to K-pop, to “Ang Pasko ay Sumapit,” grinding and wiggling.