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Philippine Speculative Fiction Volume 11

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Mecha diwata, skeletal romance, the doom of a superhero, loss that transcends time and space - Philippine Speculative Fiction Volume 11 showcases horror, fantasy, science fiction, and more; the past intertwining with the future; and narratives interspersed with wonder and melancholy - demonstrating the rich variety of speculative fiction in the Philippines.
Kindle Edition, 317 pages
Published July 9th 2018 by Flipside Digital Content Company, Inc. and Kestrel IMC Corporation
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Kate Osias has won four Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, the Gig Book Contest, Canvas Story Writing Contest, and the 10th Romeo Forbes Children’s Storywriting Competition. She earned a citation in the international Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror for her story, “The Riverstone Heart of Maria dela Rosa”. Her writing has appeared in LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative ...more