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An anthology of short stories written by contemporary Filipino and Scottish writers: Graham Bell, Butch Dalisay, Mark Waddell, Menchu Aquin Sarmiento, Mela Vich, Lakambini A. Sitoy, Toni Davidson, Maria L. M. Fres-Felix, Zoe Strachan, Angelo R. Lacuesta, Adrian Searle, Dean Francis, Alfar, Iain Maloney, Luis Katigbak, Louise Welsh, Alfred A. Yuson.
Paperback, 184 pages
Published 2006 by Anvil Publishing, Inc.
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Amado Angelo Rodriguez Lacuesta (a.k.a. Sarge Lacuesta) is a Filipino writer, and winner of several awards for his short stories, including the Philippine Graphic Award, the Palanca Memorial Award and the NVM Gonzalez Awards.

Lacuesta was born in 1970 in Cebu City. He was educated at the Ateneo de Manila University and the University of the Philippines, and graduated from the latter with a Bachelor

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