How I work from anywhere

Part of what attracted me to freelance life is being able to work anywhere. This is something that I take advantage of as often as I can, thanks to technology.

My Heart Laid Bare

My blog’s going through a slow revamp in terms of both appearance and content. It’s also got a new name: Mon Coeur Mis a Nu, French for ‘My Heart Laid Bare,’ a phrase I borrowed from Charles Baudelaire, because it’s a beautiful and apt phrase for what I intend to use my blog for, and…

Why Creativity Shouldn’t Be Cheap

Haggling for creative services such as writing, photography, and graphic design is detrimental to both client and supplier. Here’s why.

“The Bridge” podcast on Pakinggan Pilipinas

An abridged podcast of “The Bridge,” my short story about a very special former first lady and a psychic child can be heard on Pakinggan Pilipinas, site that features podcasts of fiction written by Filipino authors. I had that story in my head for more than a decade, ever since I heard an urban legend…

Interview: Carlo Vergara

For the second installment in my interview series, I am fortunate to have Visconde Carlo Vergara, one of the country’s most talented writer/ illustrators and author of One Night in Purgatory and Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah, the latter one of my favorite graphic novels. Just just Filipino graphic novels, graphic novels, period. Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah is…