13 Nov No Comments Geejay Bibliography, Issue 41: NVM Gonzalez


The Bamboo Dancers. Benipayo Press 1960.

The Bamboo Dancers. Diliman Review, 1959.

Boomtown with Temples. [Microform] 1952.

The Bread of Salt and other stories. University of Washington Press, 1993.

Children of the Ash-covered Loam, and other stories. Benipayo, 1954.

The Father and the Maid: Essays on Filipino Life and Letters.   University of the Philippines Press, 1990.

A Grammar of Dreams and other stories.  University of the Philippines Press,1997.

Kalutang: A Filipino in the World. Kalikasan Press, 1990.

Look, Stranger, on This Island Now: new stories. Benipayo Press, 1963.

Mindoro and Beyond: 21 stories. University of the Philippines Press, 1966.

The Novel of Justice: Selected Essays – 1968-1994. Philippine National Commission for Culture and Arts, 1996.

A Season of Grace: a Novel. Benipayo Press, 1956.

Selected Stories. A. Swallow, 1954.

Seven Hills Away and other stories. A. Swallow, 1947.

The Winds of April, University of the Philippines Press, 1998.

Work on the Mountain, with Introduction by Oscar V.  Campomanes. University of the Philippines Press, 1995.


Alegre, Edilberto N. and Fernandez, Doreen G., editors.  Writers & Their Milieu: An Oral History of Second Generation Writers in English (Part II).  ”N. V. M. Gonzalez,” (pp. 151-201).  De La Salle University Press, 1987 (First Edition) and 1993 (Second Edition).

Bresnahan, Roger J.  Conversations with Filipino Writers.“N. V. M. Gonzalez,” (pp. 35-62). New Day Publishers, 1990.

Cheung, King-kok, editor. An Interethnic Companion to Asian American Literature,  “Passing Through, Filipino American Literature” by N.V.M. Gonzalez and Oscar Campomanes. Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Espiritu, Augusto Fauni. Five Faces of Exile: The Nation and Filipino American Intellectuals, “Nativism and Negation: N.V.M. Gonzalez.” Stanford University Press, 2005.

Grefalda, Reme-Antonia etal.  Our Own Voice Literary Arts Journal: Filipinos in the Diaspora, “Finding Our Watch: A Personal Journey through the Filipino Imagination as Wrought in Our Own Voice” by Anna Alves, Dec. 2009 Archives. First fruits, 2003.

________________, Our Own Voice Literary Arts Journal: Filipinos in the Diaspora, “On N.V.M., Peso Books, Publishing and Writing” by Alberto Florentino,  Sept. 2001 Archives.

Guzman, Richard R.  “As in Myth, the Signs Were All Over’: The Fiction of N. V. M. Gonzalez.” Virginia Quarterly Review, Winter 1984. pp.102-118.

Peyre, Henri.  Fiction in Several Languages, edited and with an introduction by Henri Peyre, “The Filipino and the Novel” by N.V.M. Gonzalez (Houghton Mifflin, 1968). 


Tinio, Rolando S.  Matter of Language: Where English Fails, foreword by N.V.M. Gonzalez. University of the Philippines Press, 1990.

Pasquier, Eric,  Philippines: Archipelago of Smiles, preface by N.V.M. Gonzalez. (Le cherche midi éditeur; Manila : S.O.S. Inc., [c1998].

Aprieto, Pacifico N. Tondo by Two: select short stories, with an introduction by N.V.M. Gonzalez. Filipino Signatories, 1961.

Cordero-Fernando, Gilda, Butcher, the Baker, the Candlestick Maker: Thirteen Short Stories, with an introduction by N.V.M. Gonzalez. Benipayo Press, 1962.

Santos, Bienvenido, You Lovely People, with an introduction by N.V.M. Gonzalez. Bookmark, 1979.

_____, Six Filipino Poets: Amador T. Daguio, Oscar de Zuniga, Edith L. Tiempo, Dominador Angeles, Ricardo Demetillo with an introduction by Leonard Casper and notes by N.V.M. Gonzalez and Jean Edwardson. Benipayo Press, 1954.