Paloma books in libraries

You can check these out today!

Library of Congress
Close Apart by Robert Cowan (poetry)
Shellback by Jeanne-Marie Osterman (poetry)
Seven Skirts by Jacki Rigoni (poetry)
The Good Mother of Marseille by Christopher X. Shade (novel)
Shield the Joyous by Christopher X. Shade (poetry)
The Ruin of Everything by Lara Stapleton (short stories)
Pagpag: The Dictator’s Aftermath in the Diaspora by Eileen R. Tabios
Humanity: An Anthology, volume 1 edited by Eileen R. Tabios (essays)
One, Two, Three: Selected Hay(na)ku Poems by Eileen R. Tabios (poetry)

CALIFORNIA

Daly City Public Library
Diaspora: Volume L by Ivy Alvarez (poetry) 
Glimpses by Leny Mendoza Strobel (essays)
Pagpag: The Dictator’s Aftermath in the Diaspora by Eileen R. Tabios (short stories)
Marcelina by Jean Vengua (poetry)

San Francisco Public Library
Diaspora: Volume L by Ivy Alvarez (poetry)
Marawi by Albert E. Alejo & Eileen R. Tabios (poetry chapbook)
peminology by Melinda Luisa de Jesus (poetry)
After Irma, After Harvey: A Fundraiser on Behalf of Animals by Lisa Suguitan Melnick et al (chapbook)
Seven Skirts by Jacki Rigoni (poetry)
The Ruin of Everything by Lara Stapleton (short stories)
Glimpses by Leny Mendoza Strobel (essays)
The Great American Novel: Selected Visual Poetry 2001-2019 by Eileen R. Tabios (poetry) 
Humanity: An Anthology, volume 1 edited by Eileen R. Tabios (essays)
Manhattan: An Archaeology by Eileen R. Tabios (poetry)
One, Two, Three: Selected Hay(na)ku Poems by Eileen R. Tabios (poetry)

San Mateo County Libraries
Seven Skirts by Jacki Rigoni (poetry)
Humanity: An Anthology, volume 1 edited by Eileen R. Tabios (essays) 

South San Francisco Public Library
Humanity: An Anthology, volume 1 edited by Eileen R. Tabios (essays)

Stanford Libraries
Blue by Reme Grefalda & Wesley St. Jo (poetry)
Humanity: An Anthology, volume 1 edited by Eileen R. Tabios (essays)
One, Two, Three: Selected Hay(na)ku Poems by Eileen R. Tabios (poetry)

NEW YORK

New York Public Library
Shellback by Jeanne-Marie Osterman (poetry)
The Ruin of Everything by Lara Stapleton (short stories)

Poets House
Diaspora: Volume L by Ivy Alvarez
Humors by Joel Chace
Close Apart by Robert Cowan
My Beauty is an Occupiable Space: 37 Prosed Sonnets by Anne Gorrick & John Bloomberg-Rissman
peminology by Melinda Luisa de Jesus
After Irma, After Harvey: A Fundraiser on Behalf of Animals by Lisa Suguitan Melnick et al (chapbook)
Shield the Joyous by Christopher X. Shade
Anne with an E & Me by Wesley St. Jo
Blue by Wesley St. Jo & Reme Grefalda
The Great American Novel: Selected Visual Poetry 2001-2019 by Eileen R. Tabios
Manhattan: An Archaeology by Eileen R. Tabios
Marawi by Eileen R. Tabios & Albert E. Alejo (chapbook)
One, Two, Three: Selected Hay(na)ku Poems by Eileen R. Tabios

Wanna Peek Into My Notebook?

Cover art by Mel Vera Cruz; design by C. Sophia Ibardaloza

Paloma Press is pleased to announce the early spring release of Wanna Peek Into My Notebook? Notes on Pinay Liminality, a collection of lyric essays on Pinay poetics, by Barbara Jane Reyes.

Advance words by Jason Magabo Perez: “These critical and East Bay tender third world feminist lyrics model for us what it means to commit to the unglorified ‘work of arriving,’ to care rigorously about craft, and to craft religiously a genuine care for community.”

Please stay tuned, more to follow!

The Free Lance-Star reviews TRoE

Nicholas Addison Thomas of The Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg reviews Lara Stapleton’s The Ruin of Everything:

“It’s easy to see why Lara Stapleton has won several awards for her writing. Few authors can explore the human condition with such force that it raises eyebrows and stirs the soul simultaneously.

“Find out for yourself by reading her new book, “The Ruin of Everything,” a short story collection anchored in musings about biracial identities, brokenness and the comic chaos of modern life.”

Read the article here.

TRoE in The News International

Lara Stapleton’s The Ruin of Everything is reviewed in The News International, Pakistan’s largest English language newspaper! Gratitude to author and book critic Moazzam Sheikh.

“In Lara Stapleton’s The Ruin of Everything, stories dealt with issues of bifurcated identities and self-confidence or the lack thereof in the lives of Filipino Americans and how they negotiate their conflicting, slippery claims on the New York and/or Manila states of mind.”