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Gilda Cordero-Fernando (June 4, 1930 – August 27, 2020) was a Filipino writer, publisher, visual artist, fashion designer, theater producer, and social activist known for writing and publishing numerous works exploring Filipino culture, for her influence as a mentor and supporter of many of the Philippines cultural workers, and for her prominent "colorful presence in the Philippine literary scene."</ref><ref></ref>

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[Manila] : Philippines International, 1973
Quezon City, Philippines : GCF Books, 1978
Quezon City, Philippines : GCF Books, c1981
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