Eliza Victoria is the author of several books including the Philippine National Book Award-winning Dwellers (2014), the novel Wounded Little Gods (2016), and the graphic novel After Lambana (2016, a collaboration with Mervin Malonzo). Her fiction and poetry have appeared in several online and print publications, 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’ top literary awards, including the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature and the Philippines Free Press Literary Awards. She has also been nominated for the Philippines’ National Children’s Book Awards (Jeremy’s Magic Well). A story of hers (“Dan’s Dreams”) is included in The Year’s Best YA Speculative Fiction 2013, featuring stories from authors such as Ken Liu, Lavie Tidhar, Sofia Samatar, Nnedi Okorafor, and Neil Gaiman.
She blogs at This Should Be Fun.
Header image: detail from After Lambana. Art by Mervin Malonzo.
After Lambana is included in Philippine Daily Inquirer’s Top 10 Books of 2016!
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Story & Words by Eliza Victoria
Art & Book Design by Mervin Malonzo
Wounded Little Gods by Eliza Victoria
Cover art and design by Jap Mikel
Dwellers by Eliza Victoria
Best Novel in English, 34th National Book Awards
Available in digital format.
Cover art and design by Aldy Aguirre