It’s no secret that prior to this pandemic, I have been living in self-imposed quarantine. Writing is both a luxury and curse; words don’t require physical strains other than longstanding hours of just sitting. No movement. Hardly even breathing. In
As of writing this, we are one day away from having Manila community-quarantined. According to the incessant rambling we heard on an actual presscon on Thursday, Manila will shut off its borders from entry and exit tomorrow, March 15. Meaning,
Incredibly talented writers-editors Nova Ren Suma and Emily X.R. Pan unveiled a Kickstarter project last year under the skin-shaking name of Foreshadow, an online anthology of short stories from new and established writers in the world of YA. I saw
V. M. was right: I had problems with my pacing. When you’ve been writing what you wanted, as all other writers adviced, you lose sight of the important things that is taste and aroma. By aroma, I meant the lingering
Your work is not final. There was, of course, genius when you started it, and strings of word wrung straight from your heart formed verses on their own. But the dot is not the end. There should be the washing
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