Special Release Offer for the short story collection, PAGPAG

PAGPAG: The Dictator’s Aftermath in the Diaspora Short Stories EILEEN R. TABIOS ISBN-13: 978-1-7323025-4-9 LOC No.: 2020930702 Pages: 104 Release Date: Spring 2020 Distributors: Paloma Press, Amazon.com, among others Price: $16 (pre-order special price thru September 1) Paloma Press is pleased to announce a Special Release Offer for Eileen R. Tabios’ soon-to-be-released short story collection,…


SHIELD THE JOYOUS poems CHRISTOPHER X. SHADE ISBN 978-1-7323025-9-4 Library of Congress Control Number: 2020930703 Release Date: April 2, 2020 Pages: 80 Price: $16.00 Distributors: Amazon, B&N, Ingram (wholesale). Or purchase directly from the publisher, editor @ palomapress.net Available for pre-order on February 2, 2020 BOOK SYNOPSIS On Christmas Day in 2017, author Christopher X….

Racial Justice Allies features Leny Mendoza Strobel’s GLIMPSES

In Glimpses: A Poetic Memoir (Through the MDR Generator), Filipino-American author, academic and local community leader Leny Mendoza Strobel takes an arguably more personal approach to this work than in her previous writing. However, as the reader soon learns, the distinctions between the personal and the political, between poetics and polemics, and between the individual…

Paloma Press’ 2019 Pushcart Prize Nominees

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!

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…

Marjorie Evasco reviews Humanity

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)