I was born in the Philippines in destitute poverty, adopted at the age of two and grew up in the United States. My life experience and journeys have formed me into the quirky fantasy writer, mixed media artist and information professional that I am now.
My articles have been in local places like the Flagstaff Live, the Noise, and The Daily Sun. Fantastical stories, mixed media art and confessional essays have been featured in literary places like Third Flatiron Anthologies, The Story Shack, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Storm Cellar, The Healing Muse, and On the Rusk. Currently, I am finishing a Master’s degree in Library & Information Science while working on essays and art inspired by global socio-economic issues. On my free time, I enjoy thrift shopping, dancing and traveling. I am now a proud member of Ladies Who Critique and the American Library Association.
I look forward to connecting with writers and readers of YA fantasy. I mostly write dark fantastical takes and have just finished a new novella and am open to critiquing myself. I have proofread many technical reports and have reviewed and critiqued a lot of short stories. You can find me here, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Looking forward to meet you!