Eliza Victoria is a Filipino author. Her books include Project 17 (2013), A Bottle of Storm Clouds (2012), and Unseen Moon (2013). Her fiction and poetry have appeared in several online and print publications in the Philippines and elsewhere, including Daily Science Fiction, Stone Telling, Room Magazine, Story Quarterly, The Pedestal Magazine, High Chair, and the Philippine Speculative Fiction anthologies. Her work has won prizes in the Philippines’ Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature and the Free Press Literary Awards. She has also been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and the National Children’s Book Awards, and has been included in the Honorable Mentions for Best Horror of the Year.
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- The ebook edition of my poetry chapbook, Apocalypses, is now available from Flipside Publishing. Get your copy here.
- The short story anthology Maximum Volume, edited by Dean Francis Alfar and Angelo Lacuesta, and published by Anvil Publishing and et al, is already available in bookstores. You may also order a copy online.
- Project 17 is available in all major Philippine book stores. Read more about Project 17.
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