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"Your Mythology is Much Like My Mythology" panel at #WorldCon75

Here are some pictures from my Mythology panel at the World Science Fiction Convention in Finland where I got to talk about ancient Filipino deities, sweet potato farming rituals and manananggals with authors and experts like Irish novelist… 74 more words

"Victor Fernando R. Ocampo"

A 3 -day vacation in LA

Hi, Renxkyoko Iglesias here.

I had a fun and relaxing 3 – day vacation in Los Angeles with my cousin last week.  We were supposed to stay at my brother’s place in Long Beach, but he was out of town. 364 more words

Random Thoughts

Ang Manananggal sa Unit 23B (Directed by Prime Cruz)

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ang Manananggal sa Unit 23B is a movie that centers on our main character and our monster: Jewel. According to Philippine mythology, a  136 more words

Movies

The Legend of the Queen of all Serpents

Bakunawa is represented as a gigantic sea serpent in Philippine Mythology. Tales say that it is equivalent to a dragon and believed to be the cause of eclipses known as the “Moon Eater”. 158 more words

Adventure Books

Lam-ang grappling the Berkakan

Biag ni Lam-ang (Life of Lam-ang) was a pre-Hispanic epic poem handed down from generation to generation by Ilocano people of the Philippines until it was written down by the legendary Ilocano poet, Pedro Bucaneg, around 1630. 671 more words

Featured Writings

K.S. Villoso, author of Jaeth's Eye

Why did you choose to write in your particular field or genre?

I love the scope and flexibility of epic fantasy. I love how it can encompass all sorts of themes that may be outdated or just won’t work in other genres: honor, duty, courage, and sacrifice. 853 more words

Author Interview

The Banwaanon of the Water Marsh

Back in the early days, hidden behind the end of the third mountain so that they were able to hide their art, snugly hidden away from the roads built by the Colonizers, very far away from the lofty pyramids of Egypt, and the long roads of Rome, lie a little barrio who were quite content on their own. 2,745 more words

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