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Audio

Miguel Syjuco on The Leonard Lopate

Miguel Syjuco talks about his award-winning novel Ilustrado.

Duration: 17:36
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Lynn Neary interviews Miguel Syjuco on Morning Edition

'Ilustrado' satririzes politics in the Philippines.

Duration: 7:19
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Ilustrado at the PEN World Voices Festival

With Nicholas Jose and Miguel Syjuco, recorded May 1st, 2010 at New York's Instituto Cervantes.

Duration: 56:15
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Video

On Writing a Novel Without Having to Write a NovelOn Writing a Novel Without Having to Write a Novel

How do you invent a novel, a famous novelist, and an entire country's imagined literature?

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Miguel Syjuco on ILUSTRADO's Story

Filmed at the FSG offices, Miguel Syjuco gives us some background on his novel.

Duration: 1:47Watch Video
Miguel Syjuco reads from Ilustrado

Miguel Syjuco reads at Readings from Around the Globe: PEN World Voices Opening Night Extravaganza

Duration: 8:41Watch Video
Writing Jokes Without Punchlines

Miguel Syjuco uses a range of Philippine jokes - from the innocent to the bawdy - in his award-winning novel ILUSTRADO. He explains why here.

Duration: 2:02Watch Video
Are You the Author or The Character?

Miguel Syjuco talks about people confusing him for his protagonist - named, well, Miguel Syjuco - in his award-winning novel ILUSTRADO.

Duration: 1:43Watch Video
The Experimental Process for His Experimental Novel

Miguel Syjuco started with a 200,000 word novel, then cut it up into 10 separate Word documents, then cut it up again into a physical bricolage of numerous paper strips. A few years later he had the award-winning ILUSTRADO.

Duration: 3:38Watch Video