My book Baha-bahagdang Karupukan was reviewed in the Lifestyle/Arts & Books section of The Philippine Daily Inquirer on 26 September 2011. I was only told about it the other day. 🙂 Just wanted to share the news.
Will post the text when available. Meanwhile here’s a scanned image of the clipping, thanks to Wendell Capili.
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These shells were sent by post from Cape Town, South Africa to Manila in the Philippines in the early 90s. I hope to share the story behind this box of shells some day, not today.
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