Son. Brother. Leo. Warrior. Poet.
Troy Cabida was born and raised in Manila, Philippines, where he first thought that he could something do good. He is currently based in central London.
He has written columns for BANG Edutainment, Miracle E-Zine, Instazine21, Migreat, Infinity House and The Online Rag. He has edited for Siblíní Journal, Thought Collection Publishing and he is currently fiction editor for The Murmur House. He is also credited as editor for Thought Collection Publishing’s first poetry collection “30 Days Dry” by Chicago poet-playwright Robert Eric Shoemaker.
A Barbican Young Poet (2016-2017), his recent poetry credits include Bukambibig, Our Own Voice, Anomaly Lit, Eastlit, Walking Is Still Honest, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal and The Ofi Press, where his poem has been translated into Spanish. His first short story “Gold Stars” has been published through the Thought Collection Webzine. He is also a part of The Arts Project.
When not writing and juggling day jobs, he’s often found in the middle of loud road trips with friends, drinking bubble tea (double tapioca pearl) and getting lost in random book shops.
Expect poetry, pictures from adventures and people talking about their favourite things coming out of this blog.
Photo courtesy of Dan Hipkin of TEA Films, Barbican 2017.