In the face of state-sanctioned violence and a campaign rhetoric of racist dictatorship, a Filipino-American author stumbles into a stunned silence, as old fears return from two countries she calls home.
While the current administration is waging a war on drugs and pushing for a more independent foreign policy, an award-winning writer explores the history of our colonial distrust, and remembers the blood spilled in the name of our storied revolutions...
A group of local college students recently engaged in lewd “locker room banter” over a girl’s photo in Facebook group chat, and apparently wanted the girl to see how she was the subject of their conversation. In light of progressive feminist views in a supposedly woman-friendly country, is there still room to consider this as “harmless fun”?
Featuring rebellious, “visually assaulting,” and frolicsome new book covers, the Penguin Orange Collection includes some of the most influential American literary classics in paperback editions given limited-edition treatment by the illustrator Eric Nyquist.