Category: ina

Criticism: not (fun) in the Philippines

By Katrina Stuart Santiago The world knows of the Philippines by now, for reasons other than a senator who refuses to admit to plagiarism, being the setting for the bustling Asian city in “Bourne Legacy,” and a cybercrime law that … Continue reading

Posted in criticism, ina

The Manila Review interviews Katrina Stuart Santiago

by CAROLINE S. HAU AND MIGUEL SYJUCO   Last April, literary critic and essayist Katrina Stuart Santiago wrote a controversial polemic about patronage and cliquishness in the Philippine writing establishment. MR editors Caroline S. Hau (CSH) and Miguel Syjuco (MS) … Continue reading

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“The Filipino is Worth Blogging For” and indie publishing

The Filipino is Worth Blogging For is the title of a book katrina and i are self-publishing and launching on thursday july 19, along with the main attraction, katrina’s first book: of love and other lemons, essays personal and political … Continue reading

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The truth about sexual harassment #azkals

By Katrina Stuart Santiago Is that it happens to the best of us. It happens to every Pinay who commutes and suffers through a “miss miss miss!” from the tambay in the kanto or the kuya construction worker; it happens … Continue reading

Slim pickings @ Manila’s lit fest 2011

by Katrina Stuart Santiago Let me begin with a confession: I take festivals and conferences, no matter how big or small, seriously. Regardless of whether I pay to get in or not, whether it’s here or elsewhere, whether it’s an … Continue reading

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bad vibes for NAIA 1 rehab

by katrina s.s. for a PNoy government that talks about the matuwid na daan, which is to say doing things correctly and properly and justly, they sure know how to reveal themselves to be on some dirt road. so yes, … Continue reading

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