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In twelve stories collected from a decade of writing fiction, the much-awarded Dumaguete writer Ian Rosales Casocot attempts to rescue personal experience from the ephemera of travel and sexual limbo, and in the process makes his stories a fixative art, each one a grand evocation of style. “Beautiful accidents litter his stories, like glass shards from a collision … He uses language amorously, as a lover savors a kiss, so that passion becomes as real as the rhythm of his sentences,” writes Timothy R.Read More
The UP Press will be launching nine new titles on April 04, 2014, 5:00 pm at the West Wing Gallery of the Vargas Museum.
Luis H. Francia
Transfiksyon: Mga Kathang In-Transit
Rolando B. Tolentino
Rommel B. Rodriguez
The Murmur Asylum: Poems
History of Ilocos: Volumes I and II
Isabelo Florentino de los Reyes
Translated by Maria Elinora Peralta-Imson
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