The #StrangeLit Struggle

Writing

I don’t understand what’s going on. Around forty-eight days ago, I was so pumped about this #StrangeLit plunny, I even felt the urge to flood Rix’s Twitter DM because of it. But now, two weeks into the class and I still have a blank manuscript. Sure, I got distracted by a little #TalesFromTheMetro, but that shouldn’t …

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끝. Wakas. The End.

Personal Writing

I am a writer who dislikes writing endings. Which is kind of weird, right? As a writer, I should feel happy about getting to the end of my story. It’s an achievement, something to be celebrated, even in the simplest of ways. And yet, during the past few years I’ve realized a trend when I’m …

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Let sparks fly!

Personal Writing

If you are an aspiring writer residing in the Philippines (preferably the Greater Manila Area), great news! Anvil Publishing’s Spark Books is sponsoring a writing class called #SparkNA with Mina Esguerra at the helm. The class is absolutely free and will be done online, with two or three optional face-to-face classes which are still to …

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