Rappler's latest stories on Filipino authors
Who is the Filipino? Cinema, criticism, and representation
We talk to Richard Bolisay about film criticism and what cinema says about the Philippines
Jia Tolentino on the success of 'Trick Mirror': 'It’s wild that so many people are down for it'
The book of essays analyzes American cultural life in the Digital Age
Rappler Talk: Cecilia Manguerra-Brainard on writing about her two homes
Filipino author and editor Cecilia Manguerra-Brainard talks to Rappler about her novels
Filipino author Candy Gourlay's 'Bone Talk' gives the silenced a voice
'Bone Talk', which has been shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal and Costa Book Awards, tells the story of a young boy from the Bontok tribe during the Philippine-American invasion
Getting more girls into science and tech
Professor Didith Rodrigo approaches her task in part by showing that science is not all in the lab
Eric Gamalinda between the lines
The acclaimed Filipino writer now based in New York on writing for a global audience how his work has evolved and life abroad
Jessica Hagedorn uncovers 'Manila Noir'
Acclaimed novelist talks about fiction anthology Manila Noir