Do you really wanna give your special someone the same old high-calorie sweet, or the usual bouquet of flowers that won’t last for more than a week?
The ’90s in the Philippines was definitely vibrant and memorable. Let’s go on a trip down memory lane as we celebrate the 27th Tutor Gathering.
Buckle up, kids. We’re going to take a look at some of the games I played last 2018!
It’s MIBF week! Before you finalize that “Pinoy books to buy” list, here are some more titles that you surely wouldn’t wanna miss.>
Here’s the promised second installment of Philippine speculative fiction recommendations. This time, we’ll walk you through anthologies created by one of the best contemporary writers of Philippine literature, Dean Francis Alfar.
Peque Gallaga’s Magic Temple (1996) has a lot to teach today’s fantaserye screenwriters and TV directors – especially Bagani’s creators.
A tweet by Neil Gaiman has suddenly nudged a spotlight on Philippine mythology and speculative fiction. So in case you’re still looking for titles to add to your Filipino spec-fic collection, allow us to help!
For this first installment of recommendations, let us introduce you to the works of award-winning Filipino fictionist Eliza Victoria.
Scribbler Ia rambles about Condé Nast Traveler, Filipino pride, and our collective shenanigans with language.
Glass skin, anyone?
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