• Writing two audiobook reviews per month with focus on literary fiction, poetry, and young adult for the American audience.
• Assessed and acquired manuscripts for publication and determined if they are fit for particular imprints.
• Formatted and converted physical titles into electronic formats (e-books).
• Maintained the production schedules of print books, e-books, and audiobooks.
• Expanded Anvil Publishing’s reach by writing engaging copies, creating a blog and a microsite, and producing best-selling titles.
Now available as an e-book!This definitive volume brings together Nick Joaquin’s classic play, A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino, Rolando Tinio’s libretto of Ang Larawan, The Musical (which is based on the play), and the screenplay of Ang Larawan, The Movie. Includes 16 colored pages of photos of the stage musical and movie, the last interview of Tinio, a learning guide, the behind-the-scen... read more
Dear Universe...can you hear me? If Pierra Calasanz-Labrador's debut poetry collection The Heartbreak Diaries was equivalent to an "ugly cry", this second volume is an introspective journey, a quiet voice longing to be heard. Like stumbling upon an introvert's secret diary, these 50 poems chronicle fervent wishes, hidden fears, and everyday acts of bravery that may sound uncannily familiar. Wh... read more
In the introduction by Carey McWilliams, he described Bulosan's novel as a "social classic" that reflected on the experiences of Filipino immigrants in America who were searching for the "promises of a better life." Bulosan's novel is one of the few books that detail the migrant workers' struggles in the United States during the 1930s through the 1940s, a time when signs like "Dogs and Filipin... read more
This book is a fictional story of a Filipina woman who believes she has two navels. It is widely considered as a classic in Philippine literature. It is divided into 5 chapters: Paco, Macho, La Vidal, The Chinese Moon, and Doctor Monson.
Widely regarded as the greatest Filipino writer of the 20th century, Joaquin continued to write literary and journalistic pieces until his death on April 29, 2004, at the age of 86. Stories in this volume: -The Mass of St. Sylvestre -The Summer Solstice -The Order of Melkizedek
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