Publications & Reviews
- “Waiting with Mortals.” Reprinted in The Apex Book of World SF 3. Ed. Lavie Tidhar. Lexington: Apex Publications. Forthcoming in 2014.
- “The Mayorga Collection.” Philippine Speculative Fiction 8. Eds. Dean Alfar and Nikki Alfar. Manila: Kestrel Publishing. Forthcoming in 2013.
- “The Man on the Moon.” Reprinted in International Speculative Fiction. Ed. Roberto Mendes. January 2013.
- “Heartland.” Abyss & Apex. Ed. Wendy S. Delmater. January 2013. (REVIEW: SFRevu)
- “What’s as Inexorable as an Ice Cream Meteorite Approaching Earth?” Thursday Never Looking Back. Ed. Adam David. December 2012.
- “The Master and the Guest.” Shanghai Steam. Eds. Ace Jordyn, Calvin D. Jim and Renee Bennett. Calgary: Hades Publications. October 2012.
- “The Perpetual Day.” Lauriat: An Anthology of Filipino-Chinese Speculative Fiction. Ed. Charles Tan. New Jersey: Lethe Press. August 1 2012. (REVIEWS: Publishers Weekly, Goodreads, Asakiyume, Locus Magazine, Flipside)
- “The Likeness of God.” Philippine Speculative Fiction 7. Eds. Kate and Alexander Osias. Manila: Kestrel Publishing. July 28, 2012.
- “Waiting with Mortals.” The WorldSF Blog. Ed. Sarah Newton. June 2012. (REVIEW: Short Story 365)
- “Scourge and Minister”: Part 1 & Part 2. PGS Online. Ed. F.H. Batacan. April 2012.
- “Front of the House.” First Stop Fiction. Ed. Justis Mills. February 2, 2012.
- “Trichophagia.” The Other Room. Ed. Tim Raymond. December 16, 2011.
- “Rubato.” Corvus Magazine: Issue 1. Eds. Emily-Jo Hopson and Rachael Bundock. November 1, 2011.
- “Closing Time.” Short, Fast, and Deadly: Issue 99. Ed. Joseph Quintela. October 30, 2011.
- “Downfall.“ Philippines Graphic. Volume 22, No.2. June 2011.
- “The Last Time I Saw Uncle Freddie.“ The Digest of Philippine Genre Stories: Special Crime Issue. Ed. F. H. Batacan. Manila: Kemdy Prints. May 2011. (REVIEWS: Philippine Online Chronicles, The Sentence is a Lonely Place, Taking a Break)
- “Hollowbody.“ Philippine Speculative Fiction 6. Eds. Kate Aton-Osias and Nikki Alfar. Manila: Kestrel Publishing. May 2011. (REVIEWS: ASIF, Fanarchist)
- “The Flight of Bartolomé.“ Reprinted in Ink-filled Page Charcoal Anthology (Vol. 4). Ed. Ali McCart. Portland: Indigo Editing & Publications. October 2010.
- “Wildwater.“ Reprinted in The Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction 2009. Ed. Charles Tan. May 2010.
- “The Man on the Moon.“ The Dragon and the Stars. Eds. Derwin Mak, Eric Choi, and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: DAW Books. May 2010. (Anthology won the 2011 Prix Aurora Award in the Best English Related Work-English Category.) (REVIEWS: Montreal Gazette – archived in Ugly Chinese Canadian, Goodreads – Ira Nayman, Bureau 42)
- “The Flight of Bartolomé.“ Ink-filled Page Literary and Arts Journal, Winter 2010 Issue: Vol. 4, # 2. Portland: Indigo Editing & Publications. January 2010.
- “We End Up with the Same Thing Anyway.” Ruin and Resolve. Ed. Paolo V. Chikiamco. Rocket Kapre. December 2009.
- “The Startbox.” Usok # 1. Ed. Paolo V. Chikiamco. Rocket Kapre. November 2009. (REVIEW: Business World – Weekender)
- “Wildwater.” The Farthest Shore: An Anthology of Secondary World Fantasy from the Philippines. Eds. Joseph Nacino & Dean Francis Alfar. Estranghero Press. October 2009. (REVIEWS: Bibliophile Stalker, The Agony Column)
- “The Rooftops of Manila.” Philippine Speculative Fiction 4. Eds. Dean Francis Alfar and Nikki Alfar. Manila: Kestrel Publishing. February 2009.
- “Benito Salazar’s Last Creation.” Salu-Salo: An Anthology of Philippine-Australian Writings. Eds. Jose Wendell Capili, John Cheeseman, and Cuong Phu Le. Sydney: Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Blacktown Arts Centre. May 2008. (Won 3rd Prize in the Short Story Category of the English Division of the 2007 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature)
- “Metropolis.” Short Stories at East of the Web. Ed. Charles Lambert. April 2008. (REVIEWS: The Reading Life, The Grin Without a Cat)
- “The Twilight Express.” RUBRIC: Creative / Writing. December 2007.
- “8 PM.” The Philippine Community Herald [Sydney]. Volume 13, No. 5. May 2007.
- “The Scent of Spice.” The Digest of Philippine Genre Stories Issue 2. Ed. Kenneth Yu. Manila: Kemdy Prints. April 2007.
- “Corridor.” UNSWeetened Literary Journal (2007): 36. University of New South Wales. (Won 1st Place in the Postgraduate Poetry Category of the 2007 UNSWeetened Literary Journal Competition) (Video adaptation for UNSWeetened TV, produced and directed by Elizabeth Adams)
- The Foundling. Performed by Burnt Mango Theatre Productions. February 12 -14, 2009. Fringe Club Theatre, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong.
- “The Importance of Being Useless.” The Philippine Daily Inquirer [Manila]. 23 September 2007.
- “A Comparison of Educational Styles.” The Philippine Community Herald [Sydney]. Volume 13, No. 4. April 2007.