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      Review of book of poems, Kung Di Man, Mga Tula, 1970-1992 by Monita M. Manalo, Pilipinas No. 23, Fall 1994.
      Kung Di Man, reviewed in by Virgilio Almario, in "Asterisko" (Asterisk), Filipino Magazin, February 14, 1994. p. 14.
      Review of book of poems, Kung Di Man, "Poet Has Novel Use of Language" by Oona Paredes in Hawaii Filipino Chronicle, (Vol. 1, No. 9), February 1, 1994. p. 20.
      "Mga Liham ni Pinay" (Letters of Pinay/Filipina), book review by Isagani Cruz, Philippine Star, December 6, 1990.

      Tita Joy Barredo-Velasco, "Ang Maging Babae Ayon kay Elynia" (To be a Woman According to Elynia), in Daloy: Jornal ng Departamento ng Filipino, De La Salle University, Volume VI, No. 1. pp. 19-32.
      Tita Joy Barredo-Velasco, "Sina Mabanglo, Jong at Barredo: Huntahang Babae" (Mabanglo, Jong and Barredo: Female Conversations), in Daloy: Jornal ng Departamento ng Filipino, Pamantasang De La Salle (Current: Journal of the Department of Filipino, De La Salle University), Volume V, Number 1. pp. 99-110.
      Tita Joy Barredo-Velasco, "A Woman's Response to Ruth Elynia Mabanglo's Poetry Using Wolffgang Iser's Reception Theory", an unpublished masteral thesis by Tita Joy Barredo-Velasco, De La Salle University.
      Glecy Atienza, "Ang Pagdadalaga ng mga Batang Taludtod -- Ang Pulitika sa Personal na Paghihimagsik: Mga Tula ni Ruth Elynia Mabanglo" (The Maturation of Young Verses -- The Politics of Personal Revolution: The Poetry of Ruth Elynia Mabanglo), in LAGDA Journal (publication of thr Filipino and Philippine Literature Department, College of Arts and Letters, University of the Philippines. Comment: This essay won first prize in the Filipino Division, essay category, 1991 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature.
      Buenaventura S. Medina, Jr., "Literary Tradition and Social Change: The Balagtas Unconscious in Three Tagalog Women Poets", in Solidarity: Current Affairs, Ideas and the Arts (No. 126, April-June 1990). pp. 60-74. Comments: This essay is a literary critique about three women poets: Ruth Elynia Mabanglo, Lilia Qiundoza Santiago and Aida F. Santos.
      Lilia Quindoza Santiago "Sa Dulo ng Tulang May Iisang Salita -- Ilang Tala sa Pag-unlad ng Panulaan ni Ruth Elynia S. Mabanglo" (At the End of a One-Word Poem -- Some Notes on the Development of Ruth Elynia S. Mabanglo's Poetry), in Panunuring Pampanitikan: Mga Nagwagi sa Gawad Surian sa Sanaysay (Literary Criticisms: Prize-Winning Essays of Surian), Manila: Institute of National Language. pp. 210-238.

      Glecy C. Atienza’s short story, "Sa Aking Pinipintuho: Isang Sayaw ng Paghuhubad" (To my Beloved: A Dance of Nudity), Mirror Weekly, June 23. Poem, "Kung Ibig Mo Akong Makilala" (If You Wish to Know Me) reproduced and used as epigram. pp. 54-60.
      CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art: Volume IV, Philippine Literature. Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippine. Life and works featured/cited. pp. 270, 273, 298, 663.
      Allistair Dingwall (Ed.) Traveller's Literary Companion to Southeast Asia, (UK: In Print Publishing Ltd.). Biographical notes and poem "Edsa" reproduced. pp. 391
      David M. Forman, "Protecting Philippine Overseas Contract Workers" in Comparative Labor Law Journal, Volume 16, Number 1. Poem, "Mula sa Hongkong" (From Hongkong), bilingual edition reproduced and used as epigram. pp. 26-66.
      Priscelina Patajo-Legasto, "Women and Contemporary Philippine Theater: 'Usapang Babae' or 'Women Speaking', in Raul Pertierra and Eduardo Ugarte (Eds.), Cultures and Texts: Representations of Philippine Society. Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press. Dramatic monologue, "Leona", cited and analyzed. pp.139-153.
      Rosalinda Pineda-Ofreneo, "Tracing a Hidden Tapestry: Women and Literature in the Philippines" in Thelma B. Kintanar (Ed.). Women Reading...: Feminist Perspectives on Philippine Literary Texts. Diliman, Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press and University Center for Women's Studies. Poem "Ang Maging Babae" (To Be a Woman), reproduced and cited. pp.27-70.
      Romulo Baquiran Jr., Fidelito Cortes, Rafael Ma. Guerrero and V.E. Carmelo D. Nadera Jr. (Eds.) UMPIL (Unyon ng mga Manunulat sa Pilipinas) Directory of Filipino Writers. Manila, Philippines: Unyon ng mga Manunulat sa Pilipinas. Life and works cited. p. 74.
      Edel E. Garcellano "Speaking From Margin of Margins: Notes on Some Feminist Texts in Ani, Sarilaya, New Philippine Writing", in Review of Women's Studies (Vol. II, No., 1991), Quezon City: University of the Philippines. "Ang Maging Babae" (To Be A Woman) poem cited. pp.13-27.
      Marcus Griffin, "Christ's Life Remembered Through the Pasyon" The Fil-Am Courier (Honolulu, Hawaii, May, 1991. Community project "Pabasa" (Pasyon Chanting) featured. p. 20.
      Marjorie M. Evasco "Threading Our Lives, or the Story of the Open Strand" in Sr. Mary John Mananzan, Ma. Asuncion Azcuna and Fe Mangahas (Eds.), Sarilaya: Women in Arts and Media. Manila: St. Scholastica's College. Poem, "Kung Ibig Mo Akong Makilala"(If You Wish to Know Me) cited and reproduced. pp. 1-14.
      Virgilio S. Almario, Balagtasismo Versus Modernismo: Panulaang Tagalog sa Ika-20 Siglo. Quezon City, Metro Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press. Literary significance and poem "Mga Batang Taludtod" (Young Verses) cited and partly reproduced. pp. 252, 282-283.
      Damiana L. Eugenio, "Tagalog Literature", in Roger Bresnahan (Ed.), Literature and Society: Cross Cultural Perspectives: Proceedings of the Eleventh American Studies Seminar, October 1976, Los Baños, Philippines. Manila: Philippine- American Educational Foundation and The American Studies Association of the Philippines. Literary works cited. p. 179.