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All hail the unlikely queen of PH horror stories

Ruel S. De Vera interviews me for the Philippine Daily Inquirer, 2022.

What scares Filipino horror writer Yvette Tan, really?

Gelo Dionora interviews me for Mantle magazine, 2022.

IN CONVERSATION: Yvette Tan on why food is connected to horror

Karl de Mesa interviews me for CNN Philippines Life, 2022.

Heart in hand

Scott Garceau writes abut Seek Ye Whore in his column in the Philippine Star, 2022.

Telum Vox Pop: Scariest Journalist Stories

For Halloween 2022, Telum Media asked some journalists to share their scariest or spookiest experience on the job. I was one of them.

The scary and the supernatural influencing Philippine culture

I guested on Tita Jing Castaneda’s web show. She wrote about it in her column, 2021.

Pinoy literary collection in NFT form debuts in world’s largest trade fair for books

ANCX piece about my collaboration with Team Manila for “The Last Moon,” the first NFT story launched at the Frankfurt Book Fair. “The Last Moon” was commissioned by the National Book Development Board, 2021.

Written in the Cards

My friends and I are interviewed about how we use the tarot for self-growth and how using it to help each other has deepened our ties of friendship. This came out in the Lifestyle section of Manila Bulletin, 2019.

Jiggy’s Geek Speak

Where Jiggy Cruz and I talk about scary things. Too bad we didn’t have time get into the Grant Morrison vs. Alan Moore chaos magic war of the 90s.

Yvette Tan, horror writer na matakutin

Where I admit during the Ilawod press conference that I freak out easily in real life.

Palanca Awardee Yvette Tan, Takot sa Tao kaya mas Gustong Magsulat keysa sa Magdirehe

Where I admit during the Ilawod press conference that people scare me.

Yvette Tan: on Writing, Mythical Creatures & “All The Birds”

“Shortly after I had released 2011’s The Aswang Phenomenon documentary, I was perusing the shelves of National Book Store and came across her book “Waking The Dead and other horror stories”.   It was the first time I had read Philippine fiction and felt like someone had captured exactly what the world would be like if mythical beings existed among us.”

Interview on the Aswang Project blog, 2016

Postcards on Writing 2: Horror

Interview on Charlene Sawit’s Blog, 2012

“It’s more fun in the Philippines” foreign, local personalities agree

by Abigail H. Ho
Philippine Daily Inquirer
January 10, 2012

glossy features yvette tan

Feature on Divasoria’s Blog, 2011

Ang Pinaka: Top 10 Classic Pinoy Christmas Food
by Marj Casal
GMA News
December 23, 2011

Feasts and famine: How Pinoy writers savor them in Philippine literature 
by Rose-An Dioquino
GMA News
December 22, 2011

Usok Interview: Yvette Tan
by Paolo Chikiamco
May 17, 2010
By Alex G. Paman
Filipinas Magazine
March 2010

All You Need is Fear
By Erwin Romulo
Fully Booked Magazine
October 2009

Music to Feed Monsters By
By Luis Katigbak
Manila Bulletin
October 23, 2009

Q&A with Palanca Awardee Yvette Tan
By Lou Albano
October 8, 2009

Uno Magazine Guest Editor
October 2009

Rocket Kapre Takes Off!
By Budjette Tan
September 12, 2009

10 Questions on 10 Stories: Yvette Tan
By Paolo Chikiamco
Rocket Kapre
September 11, 2009

Women on Top
By the Uno Staff
Uno magazine
June 2009

The Morbid Mind of Award-winning Yvette Tan
By Joelle Jacinto
Go! Mag
June 2009

Her Dark Side
By Ruel S. De Vera
Philippine Daily Inquirer
January 18, 2009

Rock Ed Radio: Nightmare Before Christmas
NU 107
December 21, 2008

Scream Queen
By Vanni de Sequiera
Fully Booked Zine
October 2008
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