Rocket Kapre is an online publication featuring Filipino Speculative Fiction. Owned and ran by Paolo Chikiamco, the vision behind this webzine is not only to publish Filipino writers, but to encourage and promote Filipino culture and heritage.
Philippine Genre Stories published in print format, but has plans to move to a digital format. Run by Kenneth Yu, this is an excellent initiative and has encouraged many young speculative fiction writers in the Philippines to continue in the genre.
Philippine Speculative Fiction Anthologies. An annual anthology published by Kestrel Publications and editted by Dean Alfar and Nikki Alfar. Has already released five volumes to date.
Philippine Speculative Fiction Sampler. Editted by Charles Tan and Mia Tijam, this publication provides a sampling of what’s going on in the Philippine Speculative Fiction scene in the Philippines.
Hay(na)ku Poetry. The hay(na)ku is a poetic form invented by Filipino poet, Eileen Tabios. This blog documents places where the hay(na)ku form has appeared. It also includes hay(na)ku poetry.
Our Own Voice. An online publication of Filipinos in the Diaspora, this ezine is updated regularly and is home to some of the most inspiring writers in The Diaspora.
POC-Philippine Online Chronicles. Online Filipino Publication. Also seeks to publish imaginative fiction, creative nonfiction, essays, criticisms etc…
Flipside Publishing, publishes works of fiction from Filipino and Asian writers.
Mangyan Heritage Center library, archive, and research & education center located in Calapan, Mindoro. Dedicated to promoting awareness of the indigenous people of Mindoro