Santiago, Lilia Quindoza

Lilia Quindoza Santiago is an award-winning writer who teaches and does research on Philippine languages, popular cultures and literatures. She is Assistant Professor of Ilokano at the Department of Indo Pacific Languages and Literatures, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Filipino Poetry and Martial Law 1970-1978: Clenched Fists and Yellow Ribbons
2016 1-4955-0443-3
The Marcos dictatorship that ruled the Philippines from 1965-1986 produced a wealth of art and literature dedicated to dismantling an unjust social order. This book documents and describes that work through the poets engaged in the narratives of the complex tensions of power and resistance of that era.