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FESTIVAL SCHEDULE



*Festival events listed on this schedule are open and free to the public.

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ATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2022

Main Branch, San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin Street
San Francisco, California

See Map of the Main Library


10:00 AM – 5:45 PM
FESTIVAL MARKETPLACE
Book Vendors, Author Tables, Community Organizations, etc.
Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Rooms, Basement


10:30 - 11:00 AM

WELCOME
Opening Remarks, performance from Larry the Musical,
and
Keynote Speaker: Gina Apostol

Koret Auditorium, Lower Level


11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

HIRAYA/EMERGENCE: WRITING TOWARDS THE FUTURE
(Plenary)
With Ani Almario, Gina Apostol, Gideon Lasco, Reine Arcache Melvin, and Vicente Rafael.
Moderated by Troy Espera.
Koret Auditorium, Basement


12:00 - 1:00 PM
LUNCH BREAK


1:00 - 2:00 PM

COMING OF AGE ON THE PAGE: A YOUNG ADULT AUTHOR ROUNDTABLE
With Candy Gourlay, Laurel Flores Fantauzzo, and Cynthia Salaysay.
Moderator: Randy Ribay
Koret Auditorium, Basement

HORROR, POWER, AND THE PRECOLONIAL IMAGINED: PHILIPPINE MYTHOLOGY AND FOLKLORE IN COMICS AND NOVELS TODAY
With Conrad Benedicto, Diwata Komiks, Kwento Comics, and Jason Tanamor.
Moderator: Earl Matito of Philippine Campfire Stories.
The Bridge Learning Center, 5th floor

THE SHAPE OF A POEM: A CONVERSATION ON CRAFT, POETIC FORMS, AND CREATIVE PRACTICE
With Joi Barrios, Michael Caylo-Baradi, Marianne Chan, Barbara Jane Reyes, and Angela Narciso Torres.
Moderator: Karen Llagas.
African American Center, 3rd floor


1:00 - 3:00 PM

Now open to all:
HOW TO BE A WRITER FROM MANY WORLDS: A FREE WRITING WORKSHOP FOR COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH MEREDITH TALUSAN
(Eventbrite registration recommended: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-be-a-writer-from-many-worlds-a-student-workshop-w-meredith-talusan-tickets-419964363717)

Those of us with multiple and often conflicting identities have a tendency to struggle with which parts of us to tap into when we write, but it is out of these complexities that our voices can emerge. This workshop will begin with an open discussion of what it's like to write across identities, and proceed to remarks and exercises based on the needs and interests of workshop participants.
Community Partner: the Philippine Studies Department at City College of San Francisco.
Hormel LGBTQI+ Center, 3rd floor


1:00 - 4:00 PM

Kids and Teens Program*
(See separate listing below for events and authors.)
Children’s Marketplace Open
Fischer Children’s Center, 2nd floor


2:30 - 3:30 PM

FIERCE AND FABULOUS: FILIPINX FICTION NOW
A new wave of Filipino/a/x fiction has been lauded and celebrated in mainstream publishing. Acclaimed novelists and fiction writers Melissa Chadburn, Lara Stapleton, Mia Manansala, and Lysley Tenorio join moderator Ricco Siasoco in a discussion of the state of Filipino/a/x Amerian literature today. 
Koret Auditorium, Basement

THE ART OF BAYBAYIN AND PHILIPPINE CALLIGRAPHY
With Ian “Taipan” Lucero and Kristian Kabuay.
Q+A with Lisa Melnick.
The Bridge Learning Center, 5th floor

GOSSIP, SEX, AND THE END OF THE WORLD: TONGUE IN A MOOD AND THE EMERGENCE OF FILIPINO AMERICAN THEATER
With A. Samson Manalo and Theodore S. Gonzalves.
Other panelists and moderator TBA.
African American Center, 3rd floor


4:00 - 5:00 PM

INKSTORM 1: AUTHORS READ FRESHLY INKED WORK
Gina Apostol
Melissa Chadburn
Catherine Ceniza Choy
Mia P. Manansala
Michelle Peñaloza
Barbara Jane Reyes
Dr. Robyn Rodriguez
Meredith Talusan
Host: Janet Stickmon
Koret Auditorium, Basement

VISUAL STORYTELLERS: A GRAPHIC ROUNDTABLE
With Bren Bataclan, Candy Gourlay, Isabel Roxas, and Kenneth Tan.
Moderator: Jaena Rae Cabrera.
Hormel LGBTQI+ Center, 3rd floor

*NOTE LIWANAG 3 MOVED TO SUNDAY. DELETE FROM WEBSITE HERE*

LIWANAG 3: FILIPINO/A/X CREATORS CELEBRATE THE NEWEST EDITION OF A HISTORIC BAY AREA ANTHOLOGY
With Dara Del Rosario, Steve Belale, Luna Salaver, and mg burns.
Moderator: Jason Bayani.
The Bridge Learning Center, 5th floor


5:45 PM
MARKETPLACE CLOSES

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UNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2022


12:00 PM – 5:15 PM
FESTIVAL MARKETPLACE
Book Vendors, Author Tables, Community Organizations, etc.
Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Rooms, Basement


12:15 - 12:45 PM

WELCOME
Opening Remarks,
Keynote Speaker: Erin Entrada Kelly

Koret Auditorium, Basement


1:00 - 2:00 PM

INKSTORM 2: AUTHORS READ FRESHLY INKED WORK
Erina Alejo
Joi Barrios
Bren Bataclan
Michael Caylo-Baradi
Gideon Lasco
Reine Arcache Melvin
Lysley Tenorio
Angela Narciso Torres
Host: Edwin Lozada
Koret Auditorium, Basement

WRITING THE AWKWARD YEARS: A MIDDLE GRADE AUTHOR ROUNDTABLE
With Tracy Badua, Cookie Hiponia, Erin Entrada Kelly, Sophia N. Lee, and Mae Respicio.
Moderator: Randy Ribay
Hormel LGBTQI+ Center, 3rd floor

FILIPINX AND ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES IN 2022: OUR BOOKS, OUR STORIES, OUR HISTORIES
With Catherine Ceniza Choy, Dr. Robyn Rodriguez, and Allyson Tintiango-Cubales.
Moderator: Theodore S. Gonzalves.
The Bridge Learning Center, 5th floor


1:00 - 4:00 PM

KIDS AND TEENS PROGRAM*
(See separate listing below for events and authors.)
Children’s Marketplace Open
Fischer Children’s Center, 2nd floor


2:30 - 3:30 PM

INKSTORM 3: AUTHORS READ FRESHLY INKED WORK
Marianne Chan
Liza Gino
jxtheo
Alan Samson Manalo
Veronica Montes
Vicente Rafael
Lara Stapleton
Kenneth Tan
Host: Rashaan Alexis Meneses

Koret Auditorium, Basement

PLACEMAKING, WORLD-BUILDING, AND TINY REVOLUTIONS: INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS ON THEIR WORK
With Erina Alejo, Diwata Komiks, Kwento Comics, and Sampaguita Press.
Moderator: Edwin Lozada.
Hormel LGBTQI+ Center, 3rd floor

BOOKS FOR YOUNG THINKERS: ANI ALMARIO ON ADARNA HOUSE, THE RAYA SCHOOL, AND CREATING PHILIPPINE FUTURES
Q+A with Dr. Lily Ann Villaraza
The Bridge Learning Center, 5th floor

LIWANAG 3: FILIPINO/A/X CREATORS CELEBRATE THE NEWEST EDITION OF A HISTORIC BAY AREA ANTHOLOGY
With Kimberly Article, Steve Belale, mg burns, Dara Del Rosario, and Luna Salaver.
Moderator: Jason Bayani.
The Bridge Learning Center, 5th floor


4:00 - 5:00 PM

A CONVERSATION WITH NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNER MARIA RESSA
(V
IRTUAL INTERVIEW, PLENARY)
Moderator: Ben Pimentel.
Community Partner: Litquake.
Koret Auditorium, Basement


5:15 - 5:30 PM
MARKETPLACE CLOSES
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KIDS AND TEENS PROGRAM IN THE FISHER CHILDREN’S CENTER


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2022

Pickup your Golden Ticket at 1 pm in the Children’s Marketplace for a free book bundle.
40 tickets available.



1:00 - 1:50 PM

ISABEL ROXAS: TEAM POM READING AND ZINE WORKSHOP*
Book signing in Children’s Marketplace at 3:30 pm.
Recommended ages 8+.
Activity Room


1:00 - 1:30 PM

YOUTH AUTHORS READ
Alameda County Youth Poet Laureate Zoe Dorado poem reading, and picture book author ZachLewis Maravilla reads “A Splendor Adventure.” All ages. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 1:30 pm.
Main Stage


1:30 - 2:00 PM

MARIELLE ATANACIO READS “WHO TURNED ON THE SKY?”
All ages. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 2:00 pm.
Main Stage


2:00 - 2:30 PM

NEWBERRY AWARD WINNER ERIN ENTRADA KELLY READS “SURELY, SURELY, MARISOL RAINEYWITH Q+A
Recommended ages 8+. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 2:30 pm.
Main Stage


2:30 - 3:00 PM

ANNIE CHEUNG OF UBE BOOKS READING
All ages. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 3:00 pm.
Main Stage


3:00 - 3:30 PM

CONRAD BENEDICTO READS “MUSALAYA’S GIFTAND KULINTANG PERFORMANCE
Recommended ages 12+. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 3:30 pm.
Activity Room

SOPHIA N. LEE AND ISABEL ROXAS PRESENT “HOLDING ON
All ages. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 3:30 pm.
Main Stage


3:30 - 4:00 PM

TRACY BADUA READS “FREDDIE VS THE FAMILY CURSE
Recommended ages 8+.
Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 4 pm.
Main Stage



SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2022

Pickup your Golden Ticket at 1:00 pm in the Children’s Marketplace for a free book bundle.
40 tickets available.



1:00 - 1:30 PM

JASON TANAMOR READS “LOVE, DANCE, AND EGGROLLS”
Recommended ages 12+. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 3:30 pm.
Activity Room

WARAY WORDS WITH FAE THE WARAY PUPPET AND RAFFIE!
Learn Waray with Tita Cyra Africa and Fae the Waray Puppet. We’ll also raffle off 30 copies of “Sandangaw: A Waray Tale” by Voltaire Oyzon for a classroom of the winner’s choice. All ages.
Main Stage


1:30 - 2:00 PM

RENEE RUTLEDGE READS “ONE HUNDRED PERCENT ME.”
Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 2:00 pm.
Main Stage


2:00 - 2:30 PM

LAUREL FLORES FANTAUZZO READS “MY HEART UNDERWATER
Recommended ages 14+. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 2:30 pm.
Activity Room

CELEBRATING BAYANI!
W
ITH MAXIE VILLAVICENCIO PULLIAM’S “FIERCE FILIPINAAND BAYANI BOOKS READING
All ages. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace at 2:30 pm.
Main Stage


2:30 - 3:00 PM

CYNTHIA SALAYSAY READS “PRIVATE LESSONS
Recommended ages 14+. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 3:00 pm.
Activity Room

COOKIE HIPONIA READS “WE BELONG
Recommended ages 8+. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 3:00 pm.
Main Stage


3:00 - 3:30 PM

SLIME-MAKING ACTIVITY AND MAE RESPICIO READING “HOW TO WIN A SLIME WAR*
Recommended ages 8+. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 1:30 pm.
Activity Room

CANDY GOURLAY READS “IS IT A MERMAID?”
with Magic Hat Storymaking Activity. All ages. Book signing in Children’s Marketplace follows at 3:30 pm.
Main Stage 


3:30 - 4:00 PM

TITO RAMON’S POP-UP PUPPET SHOW
All ages.
Main Stage 


5:15 PM
FESTIVAL CLOSES



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