Some of my work that can be found online. They are divided into fiction and essay.
Two women dig up a Spanish-era grave. What happens next will shock you. Published in ANCX.
A man buys a mail-order-bride from the Philippines. He thinks he’s getting a subservient wife. He thought wrong. This story is temporarily on the site because students have been looking for it. It will be removed when it comes out in the second fiction collection.
“Some use demons to take revenge on their enemies. Others use them to acquire wealth and power in the mortal realm, while others use them for more mundane tasks, such as gardening. Whatever your reasons, we salute you and wish you well.”
A podcast of an abridged version of “The Bridge” read by Nikki Alfar on Pakinggan Pilipinas, a podcast site for Filipino stories.
Listen to it here.
A piece on demonic possession and the exorcism in the Philippines. Published in Manila Bulletin.
Where an ex and I bond over lemon flavored beer so that we don’t have to bond with each other. Published in Roads and Kingdoms.
Where my friends and I commune at breakfast before the Baguio Pride March. Published in Roads and Kingdoms.
Where my friends and I eat scallops then survive a storm. Published in Roads and Kingdoms.
Where I find my childhood summer breakfast in Taipei. Published in Roads and Kingdoms.
A five-part series on my supernatural encounters. I don’t claim to believe in the supernatural, though I will tell you that everything I’ve written about here is an actual personal experience. Published on Preen.
A food column where I write about nostalgic restaurants and interview people who are active in the food scene.
“Chinese-Filipinos are still Filipinos” — my only non-food related post on Spot.Ph
Scare Me to Death: The Golden Age of Philippine Horror Cinema
Islands of Blood: Horror in Philippine Cinema