"The ways of love are long and torturous. They include the ability to start over after things have blown up as well as the fine art of remembering the good times and forgetting the bad. Sometimes we need an old, never-married aunt to bring us back to an understanding of where true love resides. Or a Catullus who keeps on redefining what the ideal love relationship is. Or someone who has loved too fast and too furiously. The convoluted paths of love never fail to beguile. Catch this poet as she runs after the fickleness of love and longing."
- From the Publisher's Release
Two poems from this collection are featured in the March 2007 issue of The Literary Review of Canada.
The Bride Anthology
by Patria Rivera
25 Chickens and a Pig for the Bride
by Evangeline Canonizado Buell
Not at the Table, Please!
By Quirico S. Samonte, Jr.
SCRATCH THE NEWS
Filipino Americans In Our Midst
by Cristina D.C. Pastor
On the Presence of Filipinos in the United States
by E. San Juan, Jr.