Monday, April 26, 2021

For THE HALO-HALO REVIEW's Mangozine--Issue 11

In addition to aggregating reviews from the internet, THE HALO-HALO REVIEW presents The Mangozine which features new reviews and serves as the online publisher for reviews and other engagements (e.g. book introductions) published in print but not yet available within the internet.  Other features, including author interviews and reader testimonials, also will be presented. The following presents a Table of Contents for Issue 11 -- CLICK on links to go to the reviews.

Submission deadline for the 12th issue has been set at Nov. 15, 2021 (though I will take reviews sooner than the deadline if that is more convenient for the reviewers).

(April 2021)

Editor's Note:  Welcome to the 11th issue of THE HALO-HALO REVIEW where we provide engagements with Filipino-Pilipinz literature and art and authors/artists through reviews and engagements, interviews and other prose. We hope readers, writers, artists, and publishers will continue to participate and share information about numerous Filipino authors and the wide variety of their writings. 


Marcelina by Jean Vengua (Paloma Press, 2020)
Reviewed by Luisa A. Igloria

Reviewed by Neil Leadbeater 

You Are Here by Mabi David (High Chair, Quezon City, 2009)
Reviewed by Lawdenmarc Decamora 

OBJECT PERMANENCE by Nica Bengzon (Gaudy Boy/Singapore Unbound, New York, 2021)
Engaged by Eileen Tabios

Reviewed by Neil Leadbeater 

Mostly in Monsoon Weather by Marne Kilates (University of the Philippines Press, 2007)

Reviewed by Aloysiusi Polintan

Peirce/Marx:  Speculations on Exchanges between Pragmatism and Marxism by E. San Juan, Jr. (Kindle/sp, 2020)
Reviewed by Paulino Lim

Engaged by Eileen Tabios

Reviewed by Neil Leadbeater

Selected Poems by Merlie Alunan (University of the Philippines Press, 2004); Moon Over Magarao by Luis Cabalquinto (University of the Philippines Press, 2004); Museum of Absences by Luis H. Francia (Meritage Press and University of the Philippines Press, 2004); Misterios and Other Poems by J. Neil C. Garcia (University of the Philippines Press, 2005); Textual Relations by Ramil Digal Gulle (University of the Philippines Press, 2007)In Transitives by Isabelita Orlina Reyes (University of the Philippines Press, 2005); Almost Home by Myrna Peña Reyes (University of the Philippines Press, 2005); Beyond, Extensions and Commend Contend by Edith Tiempo (University of the Philippines Press, 1993 and 2010); and The Long Lost Startle by Joel M. Toledo (University of the Philippines Press, 2009)

Reviewed by Aloysiusi Polintan

Engaged by Ayo Gutierrez 


Kay Ulanday BarrettMORE THAN ORGANS

Cecilia M. BrainardSelected Short Stories

Migs Bravo Dutt / The Rosales House

Leny Mendoza StrobelBabaylan: Filipinos and the Call of the Indigenous and Back from the Crocodile’s Belly: Philippine Babaylan Studies and the Struggle for Indigenous Memory 


Go HERE to read:

Maileen Hamto on Ninotchka Rosca
Elizabeth Ann Quirino on Arlene J. Cha
Eileen Tabios on Therese Estacion
Maileen Hamto on Lily Mendoza
Elizabeth Ann Quirino on Deborah Francisco Douglas
Leny M. Strobel on Eileen R. Tabios
Maileen Hamto on Grace Nono


Reviews & Engagements

Michael Leong discusses Court of the Dragon by Paolo Javier (Nightboat Books, New York 2015) in The Cambridge Companion to Twenty-First Century American Poetry edited by Timothy Yu (Cambridge University Press, 2021)

From Books: Introductions, Prefaces, Forewo
rds, Afterwords and Author's Notes

Pravat Kumar Padhy presents Foreword to QUOTES OF LIFE by Radhey Shiam, edited by Rama Kant (Cyberwit, India, 2021)

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