Publications

I Am, Villanelle
The Lake County Bloom, March 24, 2022


There are no kings in America
poets.org, Dear Poet 2022

*Reading by the U.S. Consulate General in Shanghai, July 4, 2022


Tanaga: After Katy de la Cruz
Poetry Magazine/Poetry Foundation, July/August 2021

*Reading of “Tanaga” as part of the 75th Anniversary of Philippine-U.S. Diplomatic Relations presented by the Philippine Embassy in Washington DC


Legacy
Academy of American Poets


Haint Blue
Academy of American Poets


A Short History of Journey
Academy of American Poets


In Half Moon Bay
The Banyan Review, Spring 2020


This Faith We Sing
FORusa, November 2020


Steeped in histories and cartographies, Aileen I. Cassinetto’s The Pink House of Purple Yam Preserves & Other Poems transports you into another realm. Lyrical and thoughtful juxtaposition, Cassinetto’s poems delve into pasts threading them together into a majestic tapestry. The pink house representing childhood memories and worldly travels. The purple jam or ube as they call it in the Philippines is a delicacy unto its own. Cassinetto’s collection comprises of finely crafted poems, prose and essays, which weaves a story of migration into earthly and divine dominions.
Cristina Querrer, author of By Astrolabes & Constellations and The Art of Exporting

What a marvelous poetic skill Cassinetto has in this 102 page soft cover tome… Included in this collection is a section of unfinished prose and a section of selected essays. Cassinetto brings her amazing control of language to both these sections.
—Review in North of Oxford by Lynette G. Esposito

Her poetry and prose teem with life and life-giving water.
—Review in Halo-Halo by Neil Leadbeater


THE PINK HOUSE OF PURPLE YAM PRESERVES & OTHER POEMS
Publisher: Our Own Voice & Little Dove Books
Release Date: October 2018
ISBN: 978-1-7323025-3-2
Library of Congress Control Number: 2018947614
Pages: 94
Distributors: Eastwind Books of Berkeley, Bookshop, and others.