The 6 best Filipino books of 2022

Philippines: ‘Communist’ book bans raise new censorship fears

A year after my daughter’s death

On feminist publishing and hope as a feminist tool — an interview with Gantala Press

The poet as a revolutionary

‘Necessary Contexts’ essays as tough, critical and personal as the author

[#RapplerReads] Publishing stories of peasant women with Gantala Press

Our best komiks of 2021

Igniting the fire of the women’s health rights movement: Stories of Filipino pioneer advocates, health and service providers

Nothing can stand in the way of a people united in their will

This comic documents the role of women in the Cordillera people’s movement

This comic book retells the fight against the Chico River Dam project since Marcos’ reign

LIST: A sampling of translated works written by Filipino women

Women political prisoners write about prison ordeal, thoughts in lit folio

Women political prisoners raise one voice against the darkness

A Tale of Two Cookbooks

Translating Towards the Light

This storybook highlights stories of Filipino ‘comfort women’ survivors

Illustrated storybook teaches Filipino youth about comfort women

Read Local! A brief guide to reading more Philippine Literature

Our best Filipino books of 2020

This new chapbook proves that writings by peasants and farmers is overdue

Asian women writers gain a wider audience thanks to translations of their work crowdfunded by a British publisher

Creating a Living: Faye Cura

Meet Gantala Press, the feminist indie publisher fighting state violence

Filipina Feminism and Spaces of Representation: Interview with Gantala Press

How Gantala Press is breaking the silence

‘I use poetry to talk about the truth’: independent publishers give women in the Philippines a voice

Gantala Press: Bringing Out Women Writers from the Margins

The Power of Art in the Hands of Women Who Persist and Resist

Women hold art fair in celebration of Women’s Month

A safe space: independent, all-female press builds the first feminist bookshop in Manila

You Can Help Create the First Filipina Feminist Book Store; Here’s How

Beyond food porn

‘Magtahi ay di biro’: At stitching workshop, advocates tackle farmers’ struggles

The best Filipino books of the 2010s

6 Filipino books that tell our favorite food stories

Regent workers share stories of unjust labor conditions over a bowl of champorado

Poetry is a vital part of the peasant struggle, says Filipina feminist collective

This book goes deep into the subject of food but not in the way you expect it

This book goes beyond dishes and dives into issues surrounding food

“Makisawsaw” asserts that food can be a “form of resistance”

This Book Talks About Why The Act Of “Makisawsaw” In Food Issues Is Important 

Between consenting adults? What really happened at the Iligan National Writers Workshop

DLSU holds lecture, round-table discussion on Philippine poetry

“Going behind the zines”

“Feminism is necessary as long as class struggle is necessary”

The best books of 2018

The best Filipino comics of 2018

The best Filipino books of 2017

Gantala Press: “Most of the literary groups na may capacity na mag-publish are male-dominated”

These 20 Filipinas made waves in 2017

Gandang-ganda sa sariling gawa art fair celebrates local female artists

Itinatampok ng Kritika Kultura Reading Series ang Gantala Press

The rainbow-colored gap in the print industry

8 local lit picks

Women speak their truth in anthology DANAS

Feminist press launches women’s anthology