Tag Archives: Filipino literature

Read It: Naermyth

Naermyth by Karen Francisco What if the creatures of our folklore were not just stories? What if they exist in hiding and were just waiting for the perfect opportunity to come out of the shadows and take over the land? … Continue reading

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Read It: Siglo:Freedom

Siglo: Freedom by Dean Francis Alfar, et al. Okay, I’m backtracking posts to the last book I read before I stopped writing. Kindly bear with me as I go down to this one by one.

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Read It: Halina Filipina

Halina Filipina by Arnold Arre   After reading Mythology Class, I was interested to read more local graphic novels. It was nice to read and discover works made by Filipino artists and somehow, I can say that their works are … Continue reading

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Read It: Mythology Class

Mythology Class By Arnold Arre Mythology class is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Arnold Arre. It tells the tale of 10 UP students who received an odd pamphlet inviting them to join a Mythology class. Everyone goes to … Continue reading

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