PALH or Philippine American Literary House









PALH or Philippine American Literary House
http://www.palhbooks.com
PO Box 5099
Santa Monica, CA 90409
Email: palh@aol.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/palhbooks

PALH, also known as Philippine American Literary House, is a publisher of high quality fiction and creative non-fiction by Filipino Americans and other Filipinos. 


PALH's earlier publications include:
Journey of 100 Years: Reflections on the Centennial of Philippine Independence,
Growing Up Filipino: Stories for Young Adults, and 
Growing Up Filipino II: More Stories for Young Adults.

All titles have received excellent reviews by Booklist, School Library Journal, Amerasia Journal, and others. These books are available from Amazon.com, Philippine Expressions, PALH's site, among others. They are also available in E-book from from Kindle and Nook.
















PALH's forthcoming books include:
A River, One Woman Deep: Short Stories and a Novella by Linda Ty-Casper (left);
and Benedicta Takes Wing of Veronica Montes (right).

How to Submit to PALH

PALH will consider works of fiction and creative non-fiction by Filipino Americans and other Filipinos. Please email your Query and the first 10 pages (pasted on to the email, not an attachment) to palh@aol.com.

PAWWA Co-founders

PALH's beginnings connect with PAWWA (Philippine American Women Writers and Artists), an award-winning group that supported other Filipina writers and artists and provided community service.  PAWWA recognized the lack of Filipino and Filipino American books in the United States and encouraged PAWWA co-founders Cecilia Brainard and Susan Montepio to start PALH.   PALH continues under the leadership of Cecilia Brainard with the help of an Advisory Board.



PALH's Advisory Board:

RocĂ­o G. Davis is currently an independent scholar based in Spain. Her research interests include Asian North American writing, autobiography and history, postcolonialism, and children's literature. She was a founding member of MESEA (The Society for Multi-Ethnic Studies: Europe and the Americas) and is currently Vice-President of the Association. Her publications include three monographs, five edited special issues of journals, and over 90 articles in books or journals.





Paulino Lim, Jr. is emeritus professor at California State University, Long Beach. He earned a master's degree at University of Santo Tomas, Manila, and a doctorate at University of California, Los Angeles. He is the author of a book on Byron and five works of fiction, including a quartet of political novels on the Philippines







Edmundo F. Litton is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Loyola Marymount University where he is the Coordinator of the Secondary and Bilingual Programs.  He completed his Master of Arts in Teaching degree at Georgetown University.  He also holds an MA in Educational Technology and a Doctorate in Education in International and Multicultural Education from the University of San Francisco. 





Reine Marie Melvin (left) is a Filipina editor, writer, and translator based in Paris, France. She has worked as the senior project editor of the International Herald Tribune.

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PALH's GENERAL MANAGER: Cecilia Manguerra Brainard is the award-winning author and editor of 20 books. She teaches at the Writers Program of UCLA Extension.





Brian Ascalon Roley is the award-winning author of American Son: a novel (W.W. Norton), The Last Mistress of Jose Rizal and Other Stories, among others. He is an English Professor at Miami University of Ohio.





Akemi Kikumura Yano is an anthropologist, museum curator, educator, and writer of books, plays, and professional papers, published in both English and Japanese.  She is the author of Through Harsh Winters:  The Life of An Immigrant Woman and Promises Kept:  The Life of an Immigrant Man.  Her most recent book is the Encyclopedia of Japanese Descendants in the Americas:  An Illustrated History of Nikkei.  She received her Ph.D. in anthropology from UCLA and taught at both UCLA & USC.





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