Thursday, June 16, 2011

The #spbkchat Philippines list

This week's chat focused on the literature of the Philippines. I have to admit, I don't think I've ever read any literature from there, but it's on my list now - just one of the many services we here at #spbkchat offer: extending your TBR pile ;p

Anyway. On to the list:

Tall Story
Filipino Martial Arts
Filipino Fighting Arts: Theory and Practice
Blue Bloods (series)
Falling Together
El Filibusterismo
America Is In the Heart
The Hagette
The God Equation and Other Stories
Waking the Dead, a collection of short stories
Fairy Tale Fail
Poems by Lope de Vega
Noli me Tangere
Saving Francesca
In the Company of Strangers
Foreign Studies
Filipino Ghost Stories
Baby Jesus Pawnshop
Banana Heart Summer
Eating Fire and Drinking Water

Candy Gourlay
Dan Inosanto
R. Zamora Linmark
Arlene Chai
Carlos Bulosan
Katrina Ramos Atienza
Michael AR Co
Yvette Tan
Mina V. Esguerra
David Mitchell
Michelle Cruz Skinner
Lola Basyang
Shusaku Endo
Alex Paman
Miguel Syjuco
Lucia Orth
Budjette Tan
Colleen McCullough
Marisa de los Santos
Melissa de la Cruz


1 comment:

  1. Hi, if I can just plug the following:

    For speculative fiction, I edited the following online anthologies.

    Philippine Genre Stories is also publishing Filipino speculative fiction:

    Two of our most prominent weekly magazines also publish their fiction online: