Katrina Tankeh is a 23-year-old writer from the Philippines, her tropical gothic paradise. She is a Literature graduate from De La Salle University. In 2015, her piece “Masquerade” won 3rd Place in the Short Story category of the DLSU Annual Literary Award; her other works have appeared in Malate Literary Folio. She self-published her own zines entitled The Female Dilemma and Ghosts of My Home. In 2019, she founded Gyoza Zaragoza, a collective for emerging writers and artists based in Manila. She writes for a digital marketing company and a local online news site to survive.
A rebel for rebellion’s sake, a punctuation aficionado, and a professional dog-bather. She will write for as long as she lives.