- White Boy, published in Future Shock: An Anthology of Young Writers and New Literature (2002), edited by Ian Rosales Casocot
- Break Up Stories, published in The Philippine Free Press and Fast Food Fiction (2003), edited by Noelle de Jesus
- The Mango Summer, published in Going Home to a Landscape (2003), ed. by by Marianne Villanueva and Virginia Cerenio
- Best Friends, published in Candy Magazine (2002), written with Sunantha Mendoza-Quibilan
- Mango Summer, translated to Finnish in Firefly: Filipino Short Stories (2001), edited by Riitta Vartti
- Names, a story written in 1995 that was published in a Manila city guide in 1998.
- Why I Won’t Have Sex With You, published in Eros Pinoy: An Anthology of Contemporary Art and Poetry (Anvil, 2001) and UNIBERSO: New Pinoy Poets Calling.
- How to Write a Story (Not About Love) published in The Philippine Free Press (1998)
- The Universal Plot published in The Philippine Free Press (1997)
Una & Miguel (Adarna, 2002)
Una and Miguel are total opposites! He’s the village heartthrob, part of the “in” crowd while Una is popular for the wrong reasons. She writes songs, wears a toe ring and has a gay best friend — not at all the type of Miguel and his friends go for. They call her and her friends Outcasts.
For these two, love is truly a long shot until they are forced to work together as punishment for a prank-gone-wrong.
Will opposites attract? Or will they repel? The novel is told from the points-of-view of Una and Miguel.