Filipino-Americans live in two worlds, with one foot in America and the other in the Philippines. This collection of poetry captures the experience of living in the Filipino diaspora in poignant detail.
A collection of essays originally published as a column in Michigan’s Filipino Star News, Barkada Tayo explores what it means to be Filipino-American in the 21st century.
A second collection of essays originally published as a column in Michigan’s Filipino Star News, Barkada Tayo explores what it means to be Filipino-American in the 21st century.
Alienation. Isolation. Homesickness. These are feelings every immigrant or minority has felt at some point. In this collection of poems, named for the national flower of the Philippines, Christine-Marie Liwag Dixon captures the struggle of the immigrant experience and the impact it has on the children of those immigrants.
This collection of eight short stories captures the ambiguity and uncertainty of modern American life. A commentary on contemporary culture, these stories explore religion, love, war, and the dangers of complacency.
This collection of poetry chronicles the ups and downs of a relationship from falling in love to falling apart to moving on from heartbreak. A contemporary look at modern-day romance, these poems show what it’s like to fall in and out of love in the 21st century.
All is fair and love and war. The second collection of poetry from Christine-Marie Liwag Dixon explores both themes, and everything in-between.