Events, The Writing Community

#RomanceClass x Ayala Museum: A GIF + Video Post

February 14, 2017

First things first: Please DO NOT expect much coherence from this post. I know, I know. I’m a writer… I should at least manage to string together some decent words, yes? But Too Many Feelings and Too Few Hours of Sleep can do things to the brain, so… anyway. February 11 was another day of firsts for #romanceclass. Let me enumerate them:…

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Review, Theatre

Review | PETA Theater’s The Tempest Reimagined

the tempest reimagined review
December 5, 2016

I walked into The Tempest Reimagined with only the vaguest idea of what the story was about. I already expected to drown in Shakespeare’s words like an inexperienced person was wont to do, but PETA’s masterfully written adaptation always managed to pull me back to shore. Weaving two different stories from two different cultures, worlds (fiction vs. real life), and…

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Events, The Writing Community

#FeelsFest: Spending Saturday in My Happy Place

October 24, 2016

video © Chi Yu Rodriguez I’m not sure where to start with this blog post, to be honest, because I feel like I haven’t fully recovered from what happened last Saturday. But first things first: October 22nd was #FeelsFest day, a #romanceclass event held at the Glorietta 5 Atrium from 12 noon to 6 in the evening. There were books (lots…

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The Writing Community, Videos

ON-AIR: #RomanceClass Podcast, Part 3

February 3, 2016

Two more #romanceclass podcast episodes are out, featuring Chris Mariano’s Cover (Story) Girl and Six de los Reyes’ Just for the Record. We are now more than halfway through the first season of the podcast, but it’s never too late to subscribe to our channel for updates or purchase the entire first season on Gumroad!

Events, Personal, The Writing Community

My #FilReaderCon Feels

December 1, 2015

I revisited (part of) my old alma mater last Saturday, November 28, for my very first Filipino ReaderCon experience, and to say that I was overwhelmed is an understatement. Granted, it took me several years to return to DLSU-Manila, but I still wasn’t prepared for how different it looked. The Henry Sy Sr. Building was HUGE. Escalators and elevators were everywhere.…

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