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by Clarissa Chua [caption id="attachment_9812" align="aligncenter" width="200"] What She Knew by Nadine Galinsky Feldman[/caption] Bedside story Taking inspiration from the Global Financial Crisis back in 2007 to 2008, Nadine Galinsky Feldman’s What She Knew brings light to the story of Liz Nabor, a middle-aged woman who thrives on the...

by Rae Rival [caption id="attachment_9534" align="aligncenter" width="2592"] Wounded Little Gods by Eliza Victoria[/caption] Bedside story The title gives you a glimpse of the novel’s themes: “Little gods” is quite an oxymoron because gods are deemed powerful (and therefore big) and immortal but the novel tweaks that notion. This oxymoron also speaks...

by Rae Rival [caption id="attachment_9235" align="aligncenter" width="2592"] The Mystery on 17th Street by Annie Gorra[/caption] I once tried writing about my neighborhood when I was younger, but I lacked the values and skills needed to create a good story about one’s neighbors. I didn’t know how to sustain...

by Lucille de Mesa Perhaps, we can all agree that we have this one friend we cannot imagine our lives without. We call them 'sis,' 'pare,' 'mare,' 'bestie,' 'best friend,' 'kapatid,' - even b*tch/b*atch, and all those other pet~ names. But here's the thing: Will you allow this...