Other Writing

“Reenactment” | Tomas
Gina Apostol on her new book Insurrecto, the Balangiga Massacre, and American imperialism | CNN Philippines
11 Filipino books that would make great film or TV adaptations | CNN Philippines
Bakla in the City: Toward a (Reluctant) Queer Poetics | Self-published
On Not Writing: Notes on a Fictionist’s Role in the Time of Emergency | Read at the Philippine PEN Congress 2017
What Arundhati Roy Taught Me About Fiction | CNN Philippines
Writing in the Age of Facebook | Dagmay
More than Writing | Philippine Daily Inquirer
Crawl Space and Other Poems | Likhaan
From Allies to ‘Its Complicated’: Toward an Ambivalent and Discursive Confrontation of America in Three Filipino Short Stories | Likhaan
Angry Christ (Floy Quintos, UP Playwrights’ Theatre) | Perspectives in the Arts and Humanities Asia (paywalled)
Changing Partners: Dazzling Despite Sentimentality | Manila Times
Rebyu ng Pagpasok sa Eksena ni Chuckberry Pascual | Plaridel


Other features:
Selected for the Art Omi Writers Residency
The Quiet Ones now available on Google Play and Amazon
The Quiet Ones featured on FullyBooked’s Homegrown Reads
The Quiet Ones wins Philippine National Book Award
Featured on FullyBooked Author Spotlight
Featured on Mga Pinoy sa Tsina (audio interview)
Interviewed on Sabaw on Record (podcast) 
The Quiet Ones included in Modern Filipina’s “6 Local Books You Should Add to Your Reading List in 2018
The Quiet Ones included in Philippine Daily Inquirer’s “Top 10 books of 2017
The Quiet Ones included in Spot.ph’s “27 Books to Give as Christmas Gifts
An excerpt from The Quiet Ones on Asian American Writers Workshop
Featured in Team Mag’s “Putting the DIY in solidarity: BLTX’s Women & Queer Small Press collective
Cited in an Emerging Writers Network Guest Post by Kristine Ong Muslim
Kilometer Zero included in 10 Indie Publishers and Authors to Watch for at BLTX
“Stress Management” included in Huffington Post’s “14 Contemporary Short Stories That Will Spark Your Mind
Selected for the ASEAN Literary Festival Residency Program
Featured in Four Filipino authors included in “New Asia Now”
Selected for the M Literary Residency


Previous appearances:
Likhaan Panayam Lecture Series (UP Diliman) | Feb 18
The Politics of Narrative (Talamban, Cebu City) | Oct 26
Art Omi Writers-in-Residence Reading (Benenson Center, Ghent, New York) | Sept 28
EuroSEAS 2019 (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) | Sept 10 – 13
The Spectrum Fellowship 2019 (USLS Bacolod) | April 3
Alipato x Palad: Paglikha sa Gitna ng Unos (DLSU Dasmariñas) | March 12
Lecture at the PUP Institute for Culture and Language Studies | July 26
Culture medium at Nomina Nuda (Los Baños) | July 24
Pinoy Reads Pinoy Books featuring The Quiet Ones | July 21
3rd Amelia Lapeña-Bonifacio Writers Workshop | July 11 – 15
16th Ateneo National Writers Workshop | May 28 – June 1
LIT Night: Petsa De Peligro on “Literature and Resistance” by AUX (BPO Artists Unite for Social Change) | May 26
Politics of the Pen: Discussions on Writers and Governance | April 30
Praxis: The UST Literary Society Seminar | April 27
9th Philippine International Literary Festival – (AUTHOR)ITIES | April 19
Kritika Kultura Reading Series | April 10
Bookworm Literary Festival Beijing | March 20 and 22
Shanghai International Literary Festival | March 19
60th Philippine PEN Congress | November 21, 2017
4th ASEAN Literary Festival | August 3-6, 2017
Lekhana: A Literary Weekend | July 10-12, 2014