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Joi Barrios’ Sa Aking Pagkadestiyero/In My Exile

Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2021(with translations in English by various writers) Sa Aking Pagkadestiyero/In My Exile by Joi Barrios rings a bell...

Philippines Graphic Reader October 2022

Get your copies of the Philippines Graphic Reader edited by multi-awarded writer Marra PL. Lanot OCTOBER’S SHAFT OF LIGHT featuring… SHORT STORIES ·   Red Is the River...

Pause for a Moment

The summits of the Pride Mountains are so high that they could not be conquered. Glorious to the eyes but tiresome to caring hearts. And the trails to...

Find Us a Rainbow(A Song)

Find us a rainbow at the end of the stormFind us a rendezvous where we can weave a dreamFind us a sunshine at the...

Written After Viewing DengCoy Miel’s Rizal in the Land of Lilimut

The more this land drinks blood,the smaller the people getThe more people get smaller,the more their memories get scaled downWhittled down, all they recall...

Lakeview Sunday

Once the lake water was salty.History points to a volcano islanderupting and cutting offan inlet intothe open sea.The town natives still referto this lake...

Suspects

“Don’t get me wrong,” I said. The road had more glowing lamplights then, children shooting from one side street to the next, playing tag,...

Labasero

The day Niko’s Mama got COVID, City Hall announced they needed to secure BIR permits and city health certificates to maintain their fish stalls....

The Lost Memories of Tomorrow

Anita woke up without a name. The idea was terrifying, but for some reason, she was calm as the doctor called her name. “Anita? Can...

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