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Philippine Speculative Fiction II

(Philippine Speculative Fiction #2)

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Table of Contents

The Child Abandoned * Yvette Natalie U. Tan

Waiting for Victory * Michael A. R. Co
Snippets * Kate Aton-Osias
The Sign of the Cross * Russell Stanley Q. Geronimo

First Contact * Joseph F. Nacino
Clutter * Madeline Rae Ong
Hundreds Upon Hundreds of Forgotten Memories Will Suddenly Appear When She Finally Decides To Leave What Could Only Be Ca
Paperback, 178 pages
Published 2006 by Kestrel
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This is the best collection of short stories I read since the day I was born and the best thing about this book is that, the writers were local Filipinos. Creating best sci-fi, magic realism, fantasy, horror or stories that are very hard to specify that evolves for many years of writing. I think Filipinos are getting better although few were granted to publish books. I don't know what really inside in a publishing company, but I think they already skipped most of best writers since then.

Now, I'm
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