A young tikbalang auditions at the countryas largest TV station; a priest travels the universe to officiate sacraments in outer space; a murdered girl returns unscathed to the home of her perpetrators. The Philippine Speculative Fiction series showcases the rich variety of Philippine literature. Between these covers you will find magic realism next to science fiction, traditional fantasy beside slipstream, and imaginary worlds rubbing shoulders with alternate Philippine historyademonstrating that the literature of the fantastic is alive and well in the Philippines. Stories from this series have been included in the Honorable Mentions list from The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror edited by Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link, and Gavin Grant.Whenaman cameto fixthe leaky kitchen faucet, Lucy was standing atthe stove, ina short, white dress that gave ample view of her white, heavy thighs. When the man appeared in the kitchen, Lucy showed notthe least embarrassment.
|Title||:||Philippine Speculative Fiction Volume 9|
|Author||:||Andrew Drilon, Charles Tan|
|Publisher||:||Flipside Publishing - 2014-10-09|