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What Does It Mean to be Truly Loved?

by Mitch Tizon

Love. A four-letter word that inspires so many stories and raises just as many questions.

Have you ever been in love, so much so that you are willing to spend the rest of your life with one person? 445 more words


Remembering Dad Ed and Mom Edith --- literary parents and godparents

THE WRITING COUPLE Edith and Edilberto Tiempo. (Photo from Edith L. Tiempo’s Facebook account.)

It’s the height of the summer season, and in the literary circuit in the Philippines, all roads lead to the Silliman Workshop in Dumaguete City organized annually by the  1,956 more words

Edilberto Tiempo

Despedida: A Sexy Poem


“Love doesn’t exist; it calls things into existence.” – Peter Rollins

But what calls things into nonexistence?
Until now, even you had never
read the story I scrawled on… 239 more words

Pauline Lacanilao

Philippine Literature these days.

This is for all aspiring writer, published writer, self-published writer and online writers. I write because my mind told me so. Okay so let’s get started! 701 more words

Life Thougts

6 Dahilan Kung Bakit Dapat I-reprint ang "Out of Doors" ni Ernesto Superal Yee

Dalawang taon akong nagturo ng Philippine Literature in English pero kailanman ay hindi ako nakabasa ng kahit na ano tungkol sa nobelang Out of Doors ni Ernesto Superal Yee (ESY). 707 more words


Rakenrol Meets Hardcore

Text by: Kimmy Baraoidan
Photos by: Chris Quintana and Kimmy Baraoidan

Carlos Palanca Award and National Book Award winner Ferdinand Pisigan Jarin and renowned comics artist Manuel “Manix” Abrera join forces in their latest work, … 1,139 more words


Tatlong Gabi Tatlong Araw

Tatlong Gabi Tatlong Araw ni Eros Atalia. Nakapanlulumo, nakalulungkot, nakakapanindig balahibo, nakakapagpabagabag. Gayunpaman, nakakatuwa ang bawat tahuhan na nagbigay ng kulay sa bawat eksena. Dadalhin ka nito sa mundo ng misteryo at ipararanas ang buhay sa isang liblib na lugar. 23 more words