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    2006
    "Paghabol ng Dyip" (Getting a Jeepney Ride), "Isang Tulang Haka ni Antonio Luna" (A Conjecture Poem of Antonio Luna), "Kung Ibig Mo Akong Makilala" (If You Wish To Know Me) and "Gahasa" (Rape), 4 poems in Sansiglong Mahigit ng Makabagong Tula sa Filipinas (Over A Century of Modern Poems in the Philippines), edited by Virgilio S. Almario, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc., pp. 340-345
    2005
    "Ang Hukuman ni Sinukuan" (The Court of Sinukuan), a short play for children, in Mga Piling Dulang Pambata (Selected Plays for Children), edited by Arthur P. Casanova, UST/University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, Manila, Philippines, 2005. pp. 80-88.
    "Huwag Naman: Isang Konsiyerto ng Maramihang Tinig" (Please Don't: A Concert of Many Voices), poem, Philippine Studies: Mga Akda/New Writing. Volume 53 Numbers 2 and 3, 2005. Ateneo de Manila University, pp. 402-404.
    Five short untitled poems, in Frank G. Rivera's (Ed) Makata sa Cellophone: Ikatlong Aklat (Poet in the Cellphone, Third Book), Manila: UST Publishing House, pp 1114-115.
    "Kung Ibig Mo Akong Makilala" (If You Wish to Know Me) in Philippine Literature: A Mindanao Reader, edited by Pamela R. Castrillo, et al. Ateneo de Davao University: Research and Publication Office, p. 16
    2004
    "Pag-ibig" (Love) and "Panulaan" (Poetry), Filipino translation of Pablo Neruda's "Amor" and "A La Poesia" in Pablo Neruda: Mga Piling Tula edited by Virgilio S. Almario and Romulo P. Baquiran, Jr. University of the Philippines Press. pp. 53, 148-149.
    2002
    Mesa Para sa Isa: Mga Tula (A Table for One: Poems). Manila, Philippines: University of Santo Tomas Press. 93pp.
    Daigdig sa Pagitan at Iba Pang Dula (The World Between and Other Plays), Manila, Philippines: University of Santo Tomas Press. 306 pp.
    Kundiman ng Katipunan: Awit nina Andres at Oryang (The Lovesong of Katipunan: The Song of Andres and Oryang), an epic poem about the revolutionary leader, Andres Bonifacio and his wife, Gregoria, Quezon City, Philippines: University of the Philippines. 104 pp.
    1998
    Anyaya ng Imperyalista/Invitation of the Imperialist, a bilingual collection of post-colonial poems on the theme of diaspora and feminism. Quezon City, Philippines: University of the Philippines Press. 150 pp.
    1993
    Kung Di Man: Mga Tula ng Pag-ibig, 1970-1992, (If It Isn't So: Poems on Love, 1970-1992) Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines: Anvil Publishing, Inc., c1993. 115 pp.
    1991
    Mga Abong Pangarap (Aborted Dreams), a collection of Tagalog plays, Manila, Philippines: Kalikasan Press, c1991. 112 pp.
    1990
    Mga Liham ni Pinay (The Letters of Pinay), a collection of feminist and political poems in Filipino. Manila, Philippines: De La Salle University Press, c1990. 115 pp.
    1970
    Supling: Mga Tula (Offspring/Child: A Collection of Poems), a collection of own poems, Mercury Printing Press, Quezon City, Philippines, c1970.


Creative Works in Literary Anthologies, Journals and Magazines
    1997
    Poem: "I, In America"*, in Luis Francia and Eric Gamalinda (Eds) Flippin': Filipinos on America. New York: Asian American Writers Workshop, p. 255. *Also, in: Pepi Nieva (Ed.). Filipina: Hawaii's Filipino Women, Hawaii, USA: Filipino Association of University Women Publications. p. 1.
    Pilipinas , journal of the International Association Philippine Studies, No. 24, Spring, p.81. Two poems: "Regla sa Buwan ng Hunyo" (Menstruation in June) and "Liham ni Pinay Mula sa Brunei" (Pinay’s Letter from Brunei), in Bienvenido Lumbera and Cynthia Lumbera (Eds.)., Philippine Literature: History and Anthology (Revised Edition). Pasig City, Philippines: Anvil Publishing, Inc. pp. unknown.
    Poem: "Anyaya ng Imperyalista" (Invitation of the Imperialist), Daloy: Jornal ng Departamento ng Filipino, De La Salle University, Volume , No. 1, April. pp. 120-126.
    Two poems: "Balada ni Lola Amonita" (Ballad of Lola Amonita) and "Mesa Para sa Isa" (Table for One), Mirror Weekly Magazine, Volume IV, No. 12, September 29. p. 47
    1996
    Poem: "Bayan ng Lunggati, Bayan ng Pighati" (Land of Desire, Land of Despair), in Domingo G. Landicho and Lilia Quindoza Santiago (Eds.). Ang Aklat Likhaan ng Tula at Maikling Kuwento 1995 (The Book Creation of Poetry and Short Stories 1995). Quezon City, Philippines: University of the Philippines Press. pp. 34-59.
    Poem: "Ang Maging Babae" (To be a Woman), The Sunday Chronicle Women’s Page (a Philippine Sunday newspaper), March 24. p.23.
    1994
    Poem: "After the Revolution", in Allistair Dingwall (Ed.) Traveller's Literary Companion to South-east Asia, UK: In Print Publishing Ltd. p.
    Short story, "Dapithapon ng Isang Pagsuyo" (Dusk Dusk of a Love Affair), published bilingually in Andres Panganiban (Ed.). Mga Hibla ng Pangarap (Strands of Hope), Manila, Philippines: Kanlungan Center for Migrant Workers. pp. 95-128.
    Seven Poems: "Sanggol" (Infant), "Regla" (Menstruation), "Babae" (Woman) "Ang Maging Babae" (To be a Woman), "Puta" (Prostitute), "Kung Ibig Mo Akong Makilala" (If You Wish to Know Me), and "Gahasa" (Rape" in Soledad S. Reyes (Ed.). Ang Silid na Mahiwaga: Kalipunan ng Kuwento't Tula ng mga Babaeng Manunulat (The Mysterious Room: Anthology of Short Stories and Poems by Women Writers). Metro Manila, Philippines: Anvil Publishing Inc., c1994. pp: 257, 287-8, 373, 374-5, 376, 392, 509.
    Two poems: "Kung Ibig Mo Akong Makilala" (If You Wish to Know Me) and "Gasela ng Tigang na Anino" (Ghazall of the Arid Shadow) in Marjorie Evasco and and Benilda Santos (Eds.), Kung Ibig Mo: Love Poetry by Women. Manila, Philippines: Anvil Publishing Company, Inc., c1993. pp. 55-56.
    Poem: "Gahasa" (Rape), in T.M. Lafferty (Ed.), La'ila'i: Anthology of the UH Women's Center Reading Series (Volume 1) , Hawaii. pp. 41-42.
    "If You Wish to Know Me" and "Prostitute", Horizons: A Journal of Asian-Pacific Writing (Kapi'olani Community College - 1994). pp. 45-47.
    Poem: "Panata sa Kalayaan" (Pledge to Freedom), Mabuhay International Monitor, Volume IV, No. 2, September-December.
    1993
    "Mula sa Hongkong" (From Hongkong), published in Tagalog and English (Bilingual), Mabuhay International Monitor, Volume II, No. 4, January-April, 1993, Hawaii. p. 5.
    1992
    Two poems: "To Be A Woman" and "Love Is Not The Wedding" (published in translation), in Kamala Das (Ed.), The White Dove and The Rainbow: An Anthology of Poetry. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Dewan Bahasa Dan Pustaka.
    Two Poems: "Tula: Erotika" (Poem: Erotic) and "Tila Ako si Bidasari" (As Though I am Bidasari), in Tina Cuyugan (Ed.) Forbidden Fruit: Women Write The Erotic . Pasig, Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing, Inc.
    "Gahasa"(Rape) in bilingual edition, in Mabuhay International Monitor, Volume II No. 3, Honolulu, Hawaii, December 1992. pp. 7-8.
    1991
    Short Story: "Siya, Ang Musmos At Ang Ulan" (She, The Youth and The Rain), in Teresita Erestain (Ed.), Likha (Official Journal of the Department of Literature, De La Salle University. Volume X, No. 2. Manila: De La Salle University.
    Three Poems: "A Period in June", "To be a Woman" and "If You Wish to Know Me" (translations), in Community Advocate Magazine, (Volume 3, Nos. 2 & 3). Honolulu, Hawaii, December 1991. pp.18-19.
    Short story, "Days of Passion",Community Advocate Magazine, (Volume 3, Nos. 2 & 3). Honolulu, Hawaii, December 1991. pp.19-21.
    1990
    One-Act Play: "Awiyao" in Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature: Antolohiya ng mga Nagwaging Akda, Dekada 80, Isang Yugtong Dula 1 (Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature: Anthology of Winning Works, Decade 80, One-Act Plays 1). Mandaluyong, Metro Manila: Carlos Palanca Foundation, Inc. and Anvil Publications, c1990. pp. 165-174.
    Poem: "The Song of Apolinaria" (published in translation), in Jovita Zimmerman (Ed.). From Mabuhay To Aloha, Honolulu: Filipino Association of University Women. pp. 132-138.
    Two Poems: "If You Wish To Know Me" and "To Be A Woman", in Bruce Pascoe and Linden Hyatt (Eds.), Australian Short Stories: Writers in the Park 5th Birthday Issue, No. 31. Australia: Pascoe Publishing, c. 1990. pp.48-49.
    Fifteen Poems: "Mga Liham ni Pinay at Iba Pang Tula" (The Letters of Pinay and other Poems), included in Virgilio Almario, Benilda Santos and Ramon Sunico (Eds.), Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature: Antolohiya ng mga Piling Nagwaging Akda, Dekada 80, Tula (Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature: Anthology of Selected Winning Works, Decade 80, Poetry). Metro Manila: Carlos Palanca Foundation, Inc. and Anvil Publishing, Inc., 1990. pp. _____
    Poems: "Prostitute" and "To Be A Woman" (in translation), Solidarity: Current Affairs, Ideas and the Arts (No. 127. July-September), edited by F. Sionil Jose. pp. 150-151.
    Poem: "Soneto sa Hysterectomy" (Sonnet to Hysterectomy) in Sr. Mary John Mananzan, Ma. Asuncion Azcuna and Fe Mangahas (Eds.), Sarilaya, Women's Studies Series 3. Manila: Institute of Women's Studies and St. Scholastica's College. p.104.
    1989
    Two Poems: "A Period in June" and "A Reply to Grammar Time", in Tenggara 24, Journal of Southeast Asian Literature (Special Issue on Modern Poetry in Southeast Asia), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. pp. 53-55.
    Dramatic Monologue: "Leona: Isang Sulyap" (Leona: A Glimpse) in Sr. Mary John Mananzan, Ma. Asuncion Azcuna and Fe Mangahas (Eds), Sarilaya, Women's Studies Series 2. Manila: Institute of Women's Studies and St.Scholastica's College. pp. 143-151.
    1988
    Three Poems: "Puta" (Prostitute), "Babaing Nakunan" (Woman Who Had an Abortion) and "Kung Ibig Mo Akong Makilala" (If You Wish to Know Me), in Ani 5 (Literary Journal of the Cultural Center of the Philippines). Vol. 1, No.3, Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines.
    1987
    Five Poems: "Regla" (Menstruation), "Regla sa Buwan ng Hunyo" (Mestruation in the Month of June), "Ang Maging Babae" (To be a Woman), "Tungkol sa Ebiksyon ng mga Iskwater" (About the Eviction of Squatters), and "Isang Ilog ang Namatay" (A River Died), in Reuel Aguila, Herminio Beltran Jr., Alfrredo Navarro Salanga, Marra Lanot and Lilia Quindoza Santiago (Eds.), Kamao -- Panitikan ng Protesta: 1970-1986, Tula (Clenched Fist -- Literature ofProtest: 1970-1986, Poems), Manila, Philippines: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1987. pp. 140-141, 142, 370-371, 372, 372.
    Two Poems: "Tila Ako si Bidasari" (As Though I am Bidasari) "Kilalanin ang Bayan Ko" (Know My Country), Ani 3, Vol. I, No. 3, Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines.
    Poem: "Awit ni Apolinaria" (Song of Apolinaria) in Pennie S. Azarcon (Ed.), Kamalayan: Feminist Writings in the Philippines. Manila, Philippines: PILIPINA.
    Two Poems: "To Be a Woman" and "Menstrual Flow in the Month of June" in Mandala: The Cultural Forum for Asia-Pacific, Volume 1, Fourth Quarter, 1987. p.16.
    1985
    Two Poems: "Paghabol ng Dyip" (Chasing Jeepneys) and "Regla sa Buwan ng Hunyo" (A Period in June), in Alfrredo Navarro Salanga (Ed.), Philippine Studies: New Writing From the Philippines, Vol. 33, Third Quarter. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press. pp. ____
    Play: "Awiyao", one-act play, in Rene Villanueva (Ed.), Mithi 10 (Literary Journal of the Writers Union of the Philippines). Manila: Writers Union of the Philippines. pp.___
    Three Poems: "Kadalasang Ayaw Ko Nang Magbasa ng Diyaryo" (Oftenly, I Do Not Wish to Read Newspapers); "Ang Maging Babae" (To Be A Woman);"Puta" (Prostitute) and "Ibig Mong Ihabi Kita ng Tula" (You Want Me To Write You A Poem) in Virgilio Almario and Lamberto Antonio (Eds.), Mithi 2. Manila: Writers Union of the Philippines. pp. ___
    Four Poems: "Babae" (Woman), "Tagulaylay kay Teresita Andalis" (Elegy for Teresita Andalis), "Hindi Ako Nawawala’y Hinahanap Mo" (You Search For Me Yet I am not Missing) and "Luksampati kay Virgilio Herbon" (Dirge for Virgilio Herbon) in Virgilio Almario (Ed.), Mithi 11/12. Quezon City: Writers Union of the Philippines. pp.___
    1984
    Poem: "Sa Alaala" (To Memory), Liwayway (a weekly Filipino magazine), January 16. p.25.
    1983
    Poem: "Oda sa Isang Pilosopo" (Ode to a Philosopher), Liwayway (a weekly Filipino Magazine in Manila), July 4, 1983. p. 59.
    1982
    Short Story: "Usok ng Mapupusok na Araw" (Smoke of Passionate Days) in Jose Arrogante (Ed.) Panitikang Filipino: Pampanahong Elektroniko (Filipino Literature: Electronic Age). Manila: National Bookstore, c. 1982.
    Poem: "Timpalak" (Contest), Liwayway, November 15. p. 55.
    1980
    Three Poems: "Pag-iisa" (Solitude), "Mga Batang Taludtod" (Young Verses) and "Tulang Haka ni Antonio Luna" (Conjecture Poem of Antonio Luna) in Virgilio S. Almario (Ed.) Walong Dekada ng Makabagong Tulang Pilipino (Eight Decades of Modern Pilipino Poetry). Manila: Philippine Education Company. pp. 273-278.
    Play: "Binata na si Egay" (Egay Had Matured), short play, in EDPITAF staff (Eds.) Sibol (High School Textbook for Filipino), Manila: Philippine Normal College and EDPITAF.
    Four Poems: "Kalookan: Balada ng Duguang Tinig" (Kalookan: Ballad of Bloody Voice), "Gabi ng Isang Kasal: Isang Kakintalan" (Night of a Wedding: An Imprint), "Sa Avenida, Sanghapo’t Sanggabi" (In the Avenue, One Afternoon and One Night), "Ang Pag-ibig ay Di-Kasal" (Love is not a Wedding), in Aurora Batnag (Ed.) Talaang Ginto sa Tula:
    1972-1979
    (Golden List of Poems: 1972-1979). Manila, Philippines: Institute of National Language. pp. 13-17, 59, 124-127, 139.
    1976
    Full-length drama: "Anak" (Child), in Adela Quizon and Julia Ilustre Gatdula (Eds.) Sining ng Komunikasyon sa Pilipino 4 (Communication Arts in Pilipino). Manila: National Bookstore. pp. unknown.
    Play: "Daigdig sa Pagitan" (World Between) in Madaling Araw (Dawn), The Literary Magazine of The Weekly Dawn, University of the East. pp. 12-15.
    1975
    Poems: "Sa Pagdating Niyang Humahalakhak ang Liwanag" (Laughter of Light in His Arrival), "Gasela ng Isang Tigang na Anino" (Ghazall of an Arid Shadow), "Sa paghuhubad- Bihis ng Kaniyang Diyos" (In the Transformation of His God), "Sanggol" (Infant) and "Kamusmusan" (Childhood) in New Poems in Pilipino, edited by Federico Licsi Espino Jr. Manila: Manila, Bureau of National and Foreign Information, Department of Public Information (DPI).