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JOSE GARCIA VILLA, FILIPINO POET IN THE UNITED STATES


SALVAGING THE DISAPPEARED POET: The Case of Jose Garcia Villa (Transcript of a lecture at the University of Michigan, 1989) by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. After reading the poem (“The Anchored Angel”) which I’ve just circulated here, you’re bound to … Continue reading

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VICISSITUDES OF THE FILIPINO DIASPORA


VICISSITUDES¬† OF THE FILIPINO DIASPORA by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. Ang hindi lumingon sa pinanggalingan, hindi makararating sa paroroonan. –Filipino proverb Now the largest cohort in the Asian American group, Filipinos have now become the newest diasporic community in the … Continue reading

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E. SAN JUAN’S BALIKBAYANG MAHAL: Passages from Exile (LuLu.com, 2007)–3 REVIEWS


Three on Balikbayang Mahal: Passages from Exile by E. San Juan, Jr. (North Carolina: LuLu.com, 2007) By Charles Veric, Tamara Powell, and John Streamas _______________________ E. San Juan, Jr. is one of the few public intellectuals among Pinoys Abroad who … Continue reading

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