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Dream a better Philippines, centuries hence

I: The Question

What should the Philippine be, centuries hence? For the dreams of Jose Rizal, written, institutionalized, gave us a nation and centuries to build and rebuild it. 2,569 more words

My Thoughts About Wounded Little Gods by Eliza Victoria (Book Review #117)

Eliza Victoria is really taking the theme of Philippine folklore and Philippine urban fantasy to a whole new level! I really did not imagine that there will come a time that I will fully believe that local gods and deities worshiped by our ancestors do really exist and they live and walk with us without us noticing. 1,057 more words

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Philippine Literature Analysis

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Dealing with Death by CJ Lopez

           I don’t get it why people, mostly, don’t like to engage in a conversation about death. They say it’s creepy or very unhappy to discuss, but for me what’s the reason to be afraid of? 1,234 more words

Publication Day: "Ink: A Love Story"

Yesterday, the ebook version of issue seven of Lontar: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction was finally released! I’m thrilled to announce that:

  1. I have a story there.
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When Love Bites by CJ Lopez

Pull me closer, gently, passionately
When it is love that binds us together
How much is to unfold?
For to love is to be naked, 147 more words

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Philippine Literature