Saturday, August 26, 2017

#Authors Barbara Jane Reyes & Aileen Cassinetto in HOT OFF THE PRESS LITERARY READINGS Oct. 7 & 8, 2017 #FilipinoAmerican


Here are two more authors who'll be participating  in the HOT OFF THE PRESS Literary Readings in San Francisco on October 7 and 8, 2017.  These readings are part of the Filipino American International Book Festival. They will be held at the San Francisco Main Library at 100 Larkin Street, Civic Center, San Francisco, CA 94102.

I'll be featuring more participants of the HOT OFF THE PRESS Literary Readings, so stay tuned.

To view the complete schedule of the three HOT OFF THE PRESS Literary Readings, click here :

Barbara Jane Reyes will be reading from Invocation to Daughters (City Lights Publishers, 2017)

Barbara Jane Reyes was born in Manila, Philippines, raised in the SF Bay Area, and is the author of four previous collections of poetry: Gravities of Center (2003); Poeta en San Francisco (2005), which received the James Laughlin Award of the Academy of American Poets; Diwata (2010), which received the Global Filipino Literary Award for Poetry; and To Love as Aswang (2015). She is also the author of the chapbooks Easter Sunday ( 2008) Cherry (2008), and For the City that Nearly Broke Me (2012). There is more information about Barbara Jane Reyes and her works at this sites:

Aileen Cassinetto will be reading from The Art of Salamat, published by Locofo Chaps, 2017. 

AILEEN CASSINETTO is a San Mateo County Poet Laureate finalist and publisher of Paloma Press, an independent literary press based in San Mateo and Morgan Hill. Her most recent works include: The Art of Salamat, B & O Blues, and Tweet all published by Locofo Chaps. She is currently spearheading the "Versify San Mateo County" campaign and also works full-time at a diplomatic mission in San Francisco. There is more information about Aileen Cassinetto at this site:

Tags: #FilAm #FilAmBookFest #literature #poetry authors, writers, Philippine American, fiction, books, Asian American

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