Filipino American History Sale
October is Filipino American History Month,
so we asked SPD-author Barbara Jane Reyes to select
some of her favorite titles by Filipino & Filipina authors
All are available for the rest of the month at a 40% discount!

Just select any of the books listed below, put them in your cart,
and enter the following promotion code in the upper left box:


You will see the price of the selected title(s) drop by 40%.  Offer expires November 1!

Thirteen Ways of Looking at TheBus by Gizelle Gajelonia (Tinfish Press)
Mayor of the Roses by Marianne Villanueva (Miami University Press)
The Anchored Angel: Selected Writings by José Garcia Villa by José Garcia Villa (Kaya Press)
Eye of the Fish by Luis H. Francia (Kaya Press)
Going Home to a Landscape edited by Marianne Villanueva and Virginia Cerenio (Calyx Books)
Returning a Borrowed Tongue edited by Nick Carbó (Coffee House Press)
Silk Egg: Collected Novels by Eileen R. Tabios (Shearsman Books)
Leaving Yesler by Peter Bacho (Pleasure Boat Studio)
Babaylan edited by Nick Carbó and Eileen R. Tabios (Aunt Lute Books)
The Thirdest World by Gina Apostol, Eric Gamalinda, and Lara Stapleton (Factory School)
The Translator's Diary by Jon Pineda (New Issues Poetry & Prose)
Poeta en San Francisco by Barbara Jane Reyes (Tinfish Press)
The Flip Side: A Filipino American Comedy by Rod Pulido (Tulitos Press)
One Tribe by M. Evelina Galang (New Issues Poetry & Prose)
Prau by Jean Vengua (Meritage Press)
Leche by R. Zamora Linmark (Coffee House Press)
Drive-By Vigils by R. Zamora Linmark (Hanging Loose Press)
Matadora by Sarah Gambito (Alice James Books)
Pinoy Poetics edited by Nick Carbó (Meritage Press)

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