PAGPAG’S Anti-COVID-19 Initiative

SUPPORT FOOD BANKS: This is a modest initiative to help support foodbanks for which we’ve set aside 20 copies of PAGPAG. For every minimum $20 donation to food banks, whether your local community’s or through Feeding America, you will receive a free, signed copy of PAGPAG. “Pagpag” is a term applied to food scavenged out…

MiGoZine, Paloma Press’ online lit mag, is live

As I write this, 20% of the world’s population is under lockdown to slow the spread of COVID-19. There are now 719,758 confirmed cases worldwide since the illness was first reported in November 2019. A day after the seven Bay Area counties issued a shelter-in-place mandate, I called for poems on “sheltering,” and in less…

PAGPAG in the news

From the Lantern Review: Yes, PAGPAG is fiction, not poetry, but it’s by LR contributor and APA literary great Eileen R. Tabios—we’d be amiss not to feature it! Hot off the presses (it was released barely a fortnight ago), this collection of short stories is not one to miss. From the San Francisco Review of…

Humanity (free to read)

In 2018, we released the anthology, Humanity, edited by Eileen Tabios, which featured 22 authors who are also professionals from various disciplines. In light of recent events, we are making Humanity available to read online for free. Click here to start reading.   In HUMANITY, one is presented with humanity’s explorations, often struggles, with itself…

PAGPAG: The Dictator’s Aftermath in the Diaspora

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: March 16, 2020 Distributors: Paloma Press, Bookshop, Amazon.com, among others Price: $16 (special price thru September 1 on Amazon and other online retailers); $11.20 (through the end of March, if ordered directly from publisher…

GLIMPSES: Review by Lisa Suguitan Melnick

Glimpses: A Poetic Memoir by Leny Mendoza Strobel shows a more personal side of the noted academic, a departure from her usual scholarly output. Glimpses is still infused with plenty of academic language characteristic of Strobel’s voice, despite her having declared herself “free from the obligatory academic language, citations, footnotes and such…” (Positively Filipino, March…