JANICE’S FIRST BOOK IS NOW AVAILABLE!
JANICE LOBO SAPIGAO
Introduction by M. NourbeSe Philip
Publication Year: 2016
Cover artwork: Jessica Sabogal
Book design: Edwin Lozada
Size: 6″ x 9″
ARTICLES / ESSAYS
you don’t know what you don’t know a poetry collection
Sunday Jump open mic series
Where My Name is From, NAMJAI: Bay Area Asian/Pacific Islander American Spoken Word Poets, February 2013.
Alecia, AngryAsianMan.com, September 2012.
sun-shaped face, Kalyani Magazine, September 2012.
exploration, Words Apart Mag, Winter 2012.
ritual for a rainy day, Words Apart Mag, Winter 2012.
A Review of Dear Lemon Lima,: A Letter Towards Understanding, Center for Asian American Media (formerly the San Francisco Asian American International Film Festival), 2010.
Breaking Down Sexualized Stereotypes of Asian Women, BakitWhy.com, 2008.
This poem is actually entitled “Where My Name is From.” I hope to change the video to reflect this title.
Sole Space, Oakland, CA, February 2012.
“Calling Out The Radio.” A retired poem that I wrote at 19 and still, unfortunately, holds true today.
Crema Coffee Roasting, Co., San José, CA, October 2010.
“Unrequited.” Sometimes, this is the only generous response one can muster after being broken up with on the phone or at the airport.
Iguana’s Open Mic, San José, CA, February 2010.
photo by Kirstie Mah