D. Gonzalvo is a Creative Writing graduate of the University of the Philippines Diliman whose thesis mapped the young adult character in short stories. He worked as a researcher for the police in Camp Crame, an upper school teacher in Timberland Heights, and occasional contributor in ride-along stints for independent films’ scripts or logistics. He’s currently working for the educational reform in the country (which may or may not sound cool).
D. Gonzalvo has a strange liking to unruled notebooks, Chinatown, bitter coffee, FM radio, grainy photos, and the sound of fingers pounding a keyboard. He doesn’t watch TV, doesn’t read the news, and has fondness with the smell of books.
He currently lives with friends in an apartment that does not have fire exits.