Dominic Dayta is a short story writer and statistician born and raised in the Philippines. His first story, “An Amazona In Manila” won second prize in the World War II True Stories Contest hosted jointly by the Philippine Veterans Bank and Philippine Daily Inquirer in 2013. Since then, his works have appeared in venues in and out of his home country, among them Philippines Graphic, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Manila Bulletin, Liwayway, TAYO Literary Magazine, The Brasilia Review, and Quarterly Literary Review Singapore. He is currently the nonfiction editor for ALPAS, an e-journal for community-based crafts (literary, visual, or otherwise) by emerging artists from the Philippines
He currently resides in Metro Manila, where he works full-time as a quality control statistician for a multinational fast food corporation.
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