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Luto, Linis, Laba is Alfred A. Yuson’s 20th book, and his first written in Filipino. Other works, all in English, include novels, poetry and short fiction collections, essay compilations, stories for children, biographies, translations, and a travel book.

As a manuscript, Luto, Linis, Laba won the top prize in the Full-Length Play Category, Filipino Division, of the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature in 2000.

The Play was produced as a World Premiere Presentation by Qbd Ink in The Writer’s Center in Bethesda, Maryland, USA in March 2003, with a cast of Filipino Americans.

Director Remé Grefalda, herself a Palanca-winning playwright, and like Yuson an original member of the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) in Manila, writes of the production:

“From the title alone, it exudes a come-hither charm. One of my concerns in mounting this play written by Alfred ‘Krip’ Yuson was to keep this ‘charm’ intact from script to stage so the play retains the same pulsating quality for audiences to bring home.

“This is not a romantic love story but it is a love story nonetheless. Yuson’s play embodies and enhances the concept of Love in the form of nurturing given and taken for granted, in friendships that prove that Love can conquer all, in the solidarity and gracious truth of caring and watching out for one another.”

—Backcover notes

OOV Bookshelf 2005

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ni Jun Cruz Reyes

Fourteen Love Stories
edited by Jose Y. Dalisay Jr.
and Angelo R. Lacuesta

Makinilyang Altar
ni Luna Sicat-Cleto

The Givenchy Code: An Homage and a Parody
by ER Escober

Bago ang Babae: Mga Tula
ni Rebecca T. Añonuevo

Southeast Asian Archaeology: Wilhelm G. Solheim II Festschrift
edited by Victor Paz

Pablo Neruda: Mga Piling Tula
edited by Virgilio Arlmario and
Romulo P. Baquiran, Jr.

Remembering NVM
by Jose Y. Dalisay, Jr.

A Book of Her Own
by Leny M. Strobel

Ang Singsing ng Dalagang Marmol
by Isabelo de los Reyes

Ipaghiganti Mo Ako
by Precioso Palma

Sa Ngalan ng Diyos
by Faustino S. Aguilar

Selected Poems
by Merlie M. Alunan

Decimal Places
by Ricardo M. de Ungria

Mga Kaluluwa sa Kumunoy
ni Efren R. Abueg

Sapagkat Iniibig Kita
ni Epifanio San Juan, Jr.

Constructing the Filipina: a history of women's magazines (1891-2002)
by Georgina Reyes Encanto

A Country of Our Own: Partitioning the Philippines
by David C. Martinez

I Take Thee, English, for My Beloved
by Eileen R. Tabios

Habagat at Niyebe
ni Edgar Bacong

The Forbidden Book: The Philippine American War in Political Cartoons
by Abe Ignacio, Enrique de la Cruz, Jorge Emmanuel and Helen Toribio

Cousins of Color
by William Schroeder

Buhay sa Angono (Life in Angono)
by Timoteo Saguinsin

Waiting for Mariang Makiling: Essays in Philippine Cultural History
by Resil B. Mojares

The Invisible Palace
by José Manuel Tesoro

Matadora
poems by Sarah Gambito

Servants of Globalization
by Rhacel Salazar Parreñas




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