Genealogy of Resistance and Other Essays, yields potent meditations on the political relevance of language. It is a Cité Libre of impassioned reason….Swinging between “word-jazz” lyric and surging prose, and fusing Caribbean demotic passages with barrister-exact English, Philip’s essays attempt a Creole tone
-George Elliot Clarke, Globe and Mail
Philip’s questions are difficult, and of an intensity of insistence rarely achieved.
-Erin Mouré. Books in Canada
Philip’s writing lives on a linguistic frontier where the essay and poem merge to create a new literary form, uniquely hers. These pieces are a pleasure to read–at once sensual and thought provoking.
-Robin C. Pacific, ART1ST
[Philip deploys] all thoughtful ways of making readers aware of how history is created, And how it is denied.