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Dangerous Women: A Review

Dangerous Women is a tome. No really; I don’t recommend buying the physical copy because it is heavy, cumbersome, and just plain big. Because of this, it isn’t easily read. 292 more words


Memories (1995) | Anime Nonsense


Katsuhiro Otomo’s Memories is a very special and somewhat humbling experience. It’s dark, it’s dramatic, it’s very artfully crafted, and has a broad scope with its subjects, its backgrounds, its camera-work, its musical choices, and its varied art styles. 1,700 more words


Oda sa Kaldero at Iba Pang Tula ni Roberto Ofanda Umil

– binubuo ng 111 tula, kasama ang mga akdang kabilang sa tatlong koleksiyon ni Umil (Mga Tula sa Pagpapalit ng Tadhana, Mga Tula sa Sandali ng Tunggali, at Pagkapaso ng Puso: Mga Tula ng Pagsuyo); ang mga koleksyong ito ay nagkamit ng pangalawa at pangatlong gantimpala mula sa Palanca Memorial Awards noong 1991, 1994, at 1997… 289 more words


Submissions Requested for Anthology

I wanted you to be the first to know–and I hope you are as excited as I am–that I will be e-publishing an anthology written by you, my readers.  132 more words


After Midnight (1989)

Written and directed by Jim and Ken Wheat.  Starring Marg Helgenberger.  

Plot: A college professor discusses the psychology of fear with his students by telling them a few scary stories. 169 more words

The Book of Gaza (ed by Atef Abu Saif)

This review originally appeared on the website of Neon Magazine and I’m extremely grateful to them for posting it. 

Part of a series of short-form fiction collections from… 1,069 more words



This is the part where I say thank you to all those who have been supporting me. My first anthology is coming up soon. It embodies everything we can think of, please watch out.