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To Be An Empire Is To Burn! By Eileen Tabios
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This collection is a new chapbook by the highly published poet Eileen Tabios.
Winter on Wall Street By Eileen Tabios
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A new chapbook of political poetry by the poet Eileen Tabios.
Puñeta: Political Pilipinx Poetry By Eileen Tabios
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This is an anthology of political poetry edited by Eileen Tabios.
Menopausal Hay(na)ku For P-Grubbers By Eileen Tabios
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A new edited collection of political poetry put together by Eileen Tabios.
Making National Poetry Month Great Again! By Eileen Tabios
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A new chapbooks of political poetry by the well-published poet Eileen Tabios.
Evidence of Fetus Diversity By Eileen Tabios
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A new edited book of political poetry put together by Eileen Tabios
I Forgot Light Burns By Eileen Tabios
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This book contains poetry by Eileen Tabios. She is the author of numerous poetry collections.
DREDGING FOR ATLANTIS By Eileen Tabios
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EILEEN TABIOS' publications include 14 poetry collections, an art essay collection, a poetry essay/interview anthology, and a short story book. DREDGING FOR ATLANTIS, her 11th print poetry... More > collection, extends a body of work unique for melding ekphrasis with a transcolonial perspective. Here, she introduces her translation of the painterly technique of scumbling to create poems from other poets' words. From other writers' texts, she also extracts sequences of the hay(na)ku, a poetic form she inaugurated on June 12, 2003 to mark the 105th Anniversary of Philippines' Independence Day from Spain.< Less
VERSES TYPHOON YOLANDA: A Storm of Filipino Poets By Eileen Tabios
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This is a book about a destructive typhoon named Yolanda, or Haiyan, which caused massive damage to the Philippines in November, 2013. This is a sprawling book of poems in English, Filipino, Cebuano,... More > Waray, Hiligaynon. This is a book by poets who teach, poets who study, a poet who drives a tricycle for a living, poets who work for NGOs, poets who are school children. This is a book by 133 Filipino poets who live in the Philippines, the United States, Britain, the Netherlands, South Africa, elsewhere. What is diaspora but the aftermath of storm? All profits from this book will be donated to relief organizations. “Aid is art,” writes Simeon Dumdum, Jr. Now art will aid survivors of the storm. —Susan M. Schultz, poet and editor of Tinfish< Less
One, Two, Three By Eileen R. Tabios
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The “hay(na)ku” is a tercet-based poetic form invented by Eileen R. Tabios and named by Filipino-American poet Vince Gotera. The basic tercet presents the first line as one word, the... More > second line as two words, and the third line as three words. The words can be as long or short as desired by the poet. The “1, 2, 3” aspect of the form relates to a Filipino nursery rhyme: isa, dalawa, tatlo, ang tatay mo'y kalbo. The rhyme translates into English as "one two three, your dad is bald.” Advance words: I find the word-based formal constraint of hay(na)ku (as opposed to a syllable or metrical foot based constraint) leads to poems that are in many ways more natural, and that, in particular, the 1-2-3 structure is a pattern that comes up continually in the course of the daily. Poetry lives and breathes in the daily, and hay(na)ku has the ability to capture profound and delightful pieces that might otherwise be missed. —Dan Waber< Less

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