Wednesday, October 10, 2007

philippine speculative fiction vol.3 TOC

Here's the TOC for Philippine Speculative Fiction vol.3 (listed alphabetically, by author's surname). This is not the sequence that the stories will appear in the book.

Table of Contents (2007)

The Singer's Man by MRR Arcega
Keeping Time by FH Batacan
Hamog by Joanna Paula Cailas
The Flicker by Ian Rosales Casocot
Facester by Dominique Cimafranca
Frozen Delight by Marguerite Alcazaren de Leon
Sky Gypsies by Timothy Dimacali
Peekli by Andrew Drilon
The Datu's Daughters by Raymond Falgui
Visitors by Luis Katigbak
Reclamation by Sarge Lacuesta
Pedro Diyego's Homecoming by Apol Lejano-Massebieau
Brigada by Joseph Nacino
The Death and Rebirth of Nathaniel Alan Sempio by Alexander Marcos Osias
Carmen and Josephine by Elyss Punsalan
In Earthern Vessels by Rodello Santos
Sidhi by Yvette Natalie U. Tan
Urban Legends by Charles Tan
The Ascension of Our Lady Boy by Mia Tijam
The Hand by Marianne Villanueva
The Music Child by Alfred A. Yuson

This year we have a mix of new authors and more familiar names tapping into the Filipino imagination and presenting their takes on fantasy, scifi, horror and other delicious genres (including, for the first time, 'spec chick')

Congratulations to all the authors above and thanks again to everyone who took the time to send us wonderful fiction to read (and argue) about. It was hard work going through the 110+ stories, selecting which to publish, and we had to pass on a goodly number of impressive stories because of several factors (page count, duplicate theme, etc.).

As I said in an earlier post, a number of the stories that didn't make it are already publishable and/or contest worthy - so submit them to Story Philippines, Philippine Genre Stories, Philippines Free Press, Philippine Graphic - as well as to the Fully Booked competition.

The Philippine Speculative Fiction anthologies are very special to me and my co-editor Nikki. For as long as there are excellent spec fic stories written by Filipinos, we'll move heaven and earth (haha) to get the annuals out.

We're in the middle of the editing process and already my printer is requesting for the covers (mea culpa, I created a tight schedule, with the book launch set for Dec 8th), so we're working doubletime.

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