Congratulations! DIASPORA: VOLUME L BY IVY ALVAREZ “Lalabasan” ELSEWHEN BY ROBERT COWAN “Advice for Ninjas” THE GOOD MOTHER OF MARSEILLE BY CHRISTOPHER X. SHADE “The Two Men of Rue Saint-Ferréol” “The Stationer” GLIMPSES BY LENY STROBEL “#62” “#1,155”
Happy holidays from Paloma Press! From 4 titles in our first year to 8 books and a 1,244% sales increase in our second, this year, 2019, saw Paloma Press release 5 groundbreaking books! From our catalog this year: The Great American Novel (GAN) by Eileen R. Tabios presents a unique vision of visual poetry and…
Of sheer necessity, books with huge titles often beg for ways of qualifying its high purpose, and this anthology offers that frame in the editor’s introduction… continue reading. (Read Eileen Tabios’ Introduction to Humanity)
The questions you pose in Glimpses, Ka Leny, are not only provocative, they’re instructional. Living as settler-colonialists in these stolen indigenous lands, you challenge us to deconstruct our realities and identities as racialized, colonized beings… continue reading. (Read Margo Stebbing’s love note to Leny Strobel here. For HALO-HALO’s table of contents, please click here.)
Download the book club kit: Reading Group Guide – The Good Mother of Marseille.
Ivy Alvarez’s fifth collection, Diaspora: Volume L, is made up of beautiful vignettes with Filipino sayings at their cores, which portray charged moments in romantic relationships and everyday interactions with the world. Each title is an idiom, and acts as the linguistic scaffold around which a poem is deftly built… continue reading.