Field of Mirrors Anthology

Field of Mirrors: An Anthology of Philippine American Writers
Edited by Edwin A. Lozada and published by PAWA, Inc.

ISBN: 9780976331636
[ 432 pages, 6 x 9, paperback with French flaps ]

Oscar Peñaranda, author and President of the San Francisco East Bay Chapter of the Filipino American National Historical Society, says about the newest of the anhtologies of Philippine American writers: “For a burst of versatile and fresh spirits encompassed within the variety of topics, ages of authors, eras and settings covered, genres explored, it’s hard to beat this anthology extracted from the wide spectrum of human experience.”

The following is a list of the 71 writers included:

Ceres S.C. Alabado, Patricia Isabel Amoroto, Jennifer Almiron, Rick Barot, James M. Constantino Bautista, Evangeline Canonizado Buell, Luis Cabalquinto, Nick Carbó, JP Catenza, Maria Teresa Mendiola Crescini, Janice De Jesus, Rey E. de la Cruz, Shirley B. Dimapilis, Helen Dizon, Ernesto V. Epistola, Rey Escobar, Robert Francis Flor, Penélope V. Flores, Luis H. Francia, Allen Gaborro, Eric Gamalinda, Sarah Gambito, Victor P. Gendrano, Almira Astudillo Gilles, Bienvenido C. Gonzalez, Remé A. Grefalda, Michele Gutierrez, Luisa A. Igloria, Jaime Jacinto, Paolo Javier, Antonio K. Joaquin, Korina M. Jocson, Vanessa Verdadero Kenyon, Susan T. Layug, Lewanda Lim, Karen Llagas, Edwin A. Lozada, Jennifer Mangantulao Macagba, Enriqueta Cartagena Mayuga, Melanie Medalle, Lora Mendoza, Cora Monce, J. Mark Muñoz, Alex G. Paman, Oscar Peñaranda, Rhodora V. Peñaranda, H. Francisco V. Peñones, Benjamin Pimentel, Jon Pineda, Elmer Omar Pizo, Edgar Poma, Cristina Querrer, Charity Ramilo, Barbara Jane Reyes, Maureen Roble, Al Robles, Tony Robles, Gayle Romasanta, Marie I. Romero, Patrick Rosal, Anthem Salgado, Juliana Seneriches, Janet C. Mendoza Stickmon, Luis Malay Syquia, Leny Mendoza Strobel, Eileen R. Tabios, Annabelle A. Udo, Alberto Vajrabukka, Elsa Valmidiano, Jean Vengua, Marianne Villanueva.

Field of Mirrors holds together as a strong and solid cultural document of distinct and disparate ways of viewing, thinking and writing by still-evolving generations of Filipinos in America.” –Patria Rivera, author of Puti/White.

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