Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Trese and how times have changed

This Halloween season, the Crucible Gallery becomes a gateway to Manila’s supernatural underworld as they present TRESE NIGHT GALLERY, the first one-man show of Kajo Baldisimo, artist of the award-winning graphic novel “Trese”.

The exhibit will feature thirteen limited-edition digital prints featuring a modern take on creatures from Philippine folklore and myth, as well as original art depicting the cast of characters of “Trese”.

Dare to venture into the TRESE NIGHT GALLERY from October 22 to November 3, 2013 at the Crucible Gallery, 4th F, SM Megamall, Ortigas.

Meet the creators of “Trese”, writer Budjette Tan and artist Kajo Baldisimo, when they attend the official opening of TRESE NIGHT GALLERY on October 26 at 5pm.

On that same night, they will launch TRESE: BOOK OF MURDERS, a 360-page, 6.7” x 10.23”, hardcover collector’s edition compiling the first 13 Trese stories with digitally-updated artwork and new short stories with a cover price of P950.00.
The autograph signing session will start at 6pm.


Been sick for the last week and I don't really care if I'm fully better or not. I don't wanna miss seeing this.

Trese 5 has won the National Book Award for best novel. And I hear that some schools are teaching Trese in class. How cool and awesome is that.

If I were back to being an undergrad in Creative Writing, I would definitely see this on the curriculum.




I remember life as a Masters student and I had no idea how to cite web pages as resources. The only webpages I could cite were usually from academic journals or other online materials.

I wonder how long before Matt needs to practice applying this kind of information...


NANOWRIMO is a day and two nights' sleep away... Starting panic mode.... NOW.

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