Saquina Karla Guiam is currently in graduate school, studying for her Master's degree in English. She lives in the Philippines, specifically in Mindanao. She mostly writes poetry but is working on writing fiction and possibly nonfiction in between the time she is left with when she's not doing PowerPoint presentations or critical papers. She is the Roots Nonfiction editor of Rambutan Literary, an upcoming literary journal for Southeast Asians.
SCENE ONE [You’re twelve years old and in high school. You’re in the front seat of the family car.] Him: says you’re growing up really fast, your legs bone-white and marble; puts his arm around you as you choke on…
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