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by Gina Apostol

Author: Gina Apostol
Language: English
Publisher: Published and exclusively distributed by Anvil Pub (1996)
Pages: 279 pages
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Start by marking Catfish Arriving in Little Schools as Want to Read . Gina Apostol was born in Manila and lives in New York. Her first novel, Bibliolepsy, won the 1998 Philippine National Book Award for Fiction.

Start by marking Catfish Arriving in Little Schools as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. She just completed her third novel, The Revolution According to Raymundo Mata, a comic historical novel-in-footnotes about the Philippine war for independence against Spain and America in 1896. Books by Gina Apostol. Mor. rivia About Catfish Arriving.

Gina Apostol's third book, Gun Dealers' Daughter, won the 2013 PEN/Open Book Award and was shortlisted for the William Saroyan International Prize. Her first two novels, Bibliolepsy and The Revolution According to Raymundo Mata, both won the Juan Laya Prize for the Novel (Philippine National Book Award). Her newest novel, Insurrecto, is forthcoming from Soho Press and anthologized as "The Unintended" in A Kind of Compass: Stories on Distance (Tramp Press 2015), Manila Noir (Akashic Press 2014), Go Home!

Gina Apostol (Apostol, Gina). used books, rare books and new books. Catfish arriving in little schools. ISBN 9789712705106 (978-971-27-0510-6) Softcover, Published and exclusively distributed by Anvil Pub, 1996.

Gina Apostol (Apostol, Gina). Find all books by 'Gina Apostol' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Gina Apostol'. Bibliolepsy: A novel (Philippine writers series). ISBN 9789715421379 (978-971-542-137-9) Softcover, University of the Philippines Press, 1997. Find signed collectible books: 'Catfish arriving in little schools'.

Histories and personalities collide in this literary tour-de-force about the Philippines' present and America's past by the PEN Open Book Award–winning author of Gun Dealer's Daughter

Histories and personalities collide in this literary tour-de-force about the Philippines' present and America's past by the PEN Open Book Award–winning author of Gun Dealer's Daughter.

Collected here are sensate stories sourced mainly in the hollow pit of the belly where a great hunger rages and a love for words takes root.

Gina Apostol (born 1963) is a Philippines-born writer based in the United States. She was born in Manila and grew up in Tacloban

Gina Apostol (born 1963) is a Philippines-born writer based in the United States. She was born in Manila and grew up in Tacloban. She graduated from the University of the Philippines Diliman and earned a master's degree in creative writing at Johns Hopkins University. Her American debut novel, Gun Dealer's Daughter, won the 2013 PEN/Open Book award. Bibliolepsy (1997, University of Philippines Press: ISBN 9789715421379).

In Gina Apostol’s Insurrecto, a modern American and her Filipino guide . Apostol, who grew up in the Philippines and now lives in the United States, is the author of three previous novels, most recently Gun.

In Gina Apostol’s Insurrecto, a modern American and her Filipino guide write dueling screenplays, raising provocative questions about history and hypocrisy. To most Americans, Apostol notes, Balangiga is a little-known chapter in an unremembered war. In Insurrecto, she exhumes this episode to conduct a ferocious, censorious and, yes, comic assault on received ideas about history and heroism, art and exploitation, and the ethics of narrative. Apostol, who grew up in the Philippines and now lives in the United States, is the author of three previous novels, most recently Gun Dealers’ Daughter, her American debut.

Just better She was born in Manila and grew up in Tacloban Her American debut novel, Gun Dealer's Daughter, won the 2013 PEN/Open Book award. Selected publications. Gun Dealer's Daughter (2010, Manila: Anvil; 2012, Norton

Collected here are sensate stories sourced mainly in the hollow pit of the belly where a great hunger rages and a love for words takes root. (The) stories here are not easy pieces: the problematic mesh consciousness, language, and time somehow frames their narratives markedly, and the act of writing gets into the act; but always, stray mystifications or nervous profundities are toned down or else humored; and always the startling image is well-observed and the writer's aim is disarmingly true... -from the introduction