PHILLIP KIMPO JR.
Pls. read my letter to The Philippine Star regarding my dad's involvement in the Alabang Boys case
Also: If PDEA Has Its 'Incorruptible' Major, How About DOJ's Honest Prosecutor?
Also: Interview w/ Ces Drilon: "DOJ prosecutor: My conscience is clean!"
Also: The rewards are found in the end, after all.
Writer, poet, editor, professional blogger, webmaster.
You can view my my "summary page" at Kimpo.ph. For photos and the latest news, visit my Multiply account. Add me up at Facebook.
If you're looking for my old blogs: for the personal slash literary journal, visit Slip of the Pen. If tech stuff is more to your liking, visit Crimson Crux.
Prospective employers (gasp!) or long-lost friends trying to catch up with what I've been busy with lately, view my Resumé.
My works have seen print in two books these past weeks.
My English essay “South of South Korea” was featured in ANI: The Philippine Literary Yearbook (Volume 35: The Pinoy as Asian) of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, which was launched on November 26.
My Filipino short story “Tira-tira” got into The Literary Apprentice 2009 of Vibal Foundation and the UP Writers Club (with an introduction by Butch Dalisay). The book-journal was launched on December 4.
For more info, read my Multiply blog post.
My photos have appeared in Pitik-Bulag: Letra at Liwanag (A Celebration of Contemporary Filipino Art and Poetry), a coffee table book by the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) and Balikbayan, a travel and lifestyle magazine by the Asian Journal.
“Pitik-Bulag” was edited by National Artist for Literature Virgilio S. Almario (a.k.a. Rio Alma). I served as the photographer for the poets and painters. (Get more information here.)
On the other hand, four of my UP Diliman photos were published in the September 2009 issue of “Balikbayan” magazine. Two of the pics are two-page spreads. (You can view them on my Multiply.)