Founder, Editor-in-Chief, and Creative Director of The Brown Orient, an arts organization and independent press committed to uplifting women and queer folk from Central Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Western Asia.
Editor and Publisher of RECLAIM / RESIST, a two-part anthology series that aims to weaponize contemporary poetry and prose to forward the reclamation of women's bodies.
Founder and co-head of Makamisa Art Collective, a pool of Filipina artists and writers utilizing independent publishing and contemporary art to forward emancipation of marginal identities.
Writer of Searchlight Song, a column in the semiannual Half Mystic Journal "about the music behind identity: how it shapes us, explains us, and finds us when we are stumbling in the dark."
Poem “There is Violence Inside a Woman” adapted by Bacolod-based filmmaker GKIE into video format, exhibited in feminist-centric group show RETOVADA at the House of Frida, Bacolod City (January 2019) and to be showed at WORKING TITLE, an exhibition of experimental films at Cinema Centenario, Quezon City (forthcoming)