Through a Glass, Darkly, 1949 by Francisco Arcellana ALEJANDRO G. ABADILLA is a poet-critic in Tagalog who is unique in […]
The Ghost Manifests  Or Safeguard and Foucault’s Social Subconscious by Carl Javier The ghost, it manifests! On the four-cornered tube! […]
Sugod, Mga Sugo! Speculative Fiction In Filipino Popular Television by Emil M. Flores Speculative fiction or SF is a blanket […]
Reintroducing Balagtas and His Work by Romeo G. Dizon AN ATTEMPT TO SITUATE BALAGTAS IN THE proper historical perspective and to […]
Random Thoughts of a Mindanaoan Artist by Marili F. Ilagan Yupanaw yang kanak lumon nga usog ngadi sangaon. Laong niya […]
THE POEM IS THE REAL: A POETICS* Gémino H. Abad The real is the poem. To write the poem is […]
Postcolonialism and Filipino Poetics* by J. Neil C. Garcia This paper is an abridged version of a chapter from my forthcoming […]
Philippine Literary Workshops and Contests by Cirilo F. Bautista As a communal text, any literary discourse is a contrived utterance […]
Philippine Gay Culture: Conclusion* by J. Neil C. Garcia In my Introduction to this study, I enumerated the three most important […]
Our Revolutionary Tradition by Adrian E. Cristobal (Inaugural of Plaridel Lecture, August 27, 2005) The talk about revolution in our […]