I have been tardy in posting new Filipina Elsewhere entries. Sorry! Those should follow soon.
First, some updates:
1) A story of mine, "Queen Midnight", will be appearing in a future issue of The Dark magazine.
Thank you Sean Wallace, co-editor Silvia Moreno-Garcia, and assistant editor Jack Fischer.
2) Another story, "After the Crash", will be appearing in the 11th Volume of the Philippine Speculative Fiction series. Thank you editors Kate Osias and Elyss Punsalan. See the full list of stories here or below.
Authors In Alphabetical Order:
“Shadow Sisters” by Exie Abola
“Prisoner” by Nikki Alfar
“Cipher” by Ivy Alvarez
“Sparagmos” by Joshua Bartolome
“Cadena de Amor” by Jose Elvin Bueno
“The Man from the Balete Tree” by Wilfred Cabrera
“The Apologist” by Ian Rosales Casocot
“Zoetrope” by Richard Calayeg Cornelio
“Call of the Rimefolk” by Vida Cruz
“Remains” by Andrew Drilon
“Pasig” by Saquina Karla Cagoco Guiam
“Spacer” by Sarge Lacuesta
“Goddess of Debt” by Leng Malit
“The Sorceress Merula” by Ren Mayari
“Sabong” by Sarah Meneses
“The Punished Train” by Joseph Montecillo
“Dream Watcher” by Marianne Freya Nono
“What Damage We Can” by Alexander M. Osias
“Project DIWATA” by Anne Plaza
“Kaptan” by Jake Ramos
“Things You Remembered as You Broke My Heart” by Vincent Michael Simbulan
“Principe” by Vince Torres
“After the Crash” by Eliza Victoria
“The Greatest Fight of Sunny Granada” by Kenneth G. Yu
3) The latest issue of the Likhaan Journal contains a transcription of the University of the Philippines Press panel discussion "Lines of Flight: The Practice and Limits of Realism in Philippine Fiction". I was one of the panelists. You can read it here.
4) Mervin Malonzo has opened an online store! You can buy After Lambana and other nifty stuff from there. Check it out.