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The Dog that Followed me Home

A friend and I met up one late night for a couple of beers to unwind from the work week.

I live quite near our favorite watering hole and thus have no problem getting home even when I’m stinking drunk since I live a scant five to ten minutes away, definitely walking distance. 960 more words

Horror Stories

Up in the Mango Trees

Time to travel fictionally to the island of Siquijor, right smack in the Visayan region of the Philippines.  Below is an excerpt from a short story I wrote. 299 more words

Lily C Fen

Aswang in Milagros: A Very Short Story

“Tawo na may pakpak, dako dako an baba, mapula-pula an mata, tirindog an buhok, kag bagan kalansa lansa san hitsura,” this was how she described the aswang. 627 more words


Territory - Feature Length Script Review (Available for Production)


A young girl volunteers for service in the Philippines, and finds herself embroiled in a world of sex, corruption and dark local legends…which may ultimately prove to be all too real. 957 more words


Long journey to Mapun and creepy stories of aswang

Fluid Conversation
By Roy Dimayuga

When I got an invitation from Dr. Sukarnu Asri, provincial health officer of Tawi-Tawi, to travel with him to Mapun, I immediately said yes. 1,096 more words


After the Hi’lay ‘Qaho, on the Slopes of Apo Namalyari

The death galvanized his battered courage and Pipit lashed out at the next aswang with all his might. The blow cut the monster in half, splattering him thoroughly with its viscous grey blood. 362 more words

Interview: Rachelle Cruz

Rachelle Cruz is a poet from Hayward, California. Her work has been featured in a number of magazines such as Yellow Medicine Review, Inlandia: A Literary Journey, 1,924 more words