Lio Mangubat

Lio Mangubat is an editor at Summit Books.
 
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The committee has yet to announce which games will be played.
 
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In Japanese-occupied Manila, an American woman who was known as "Madame Tsubaki" ran a night club that offered drinks, music, and companionship to homesick soldiers. It was a front for a spy ring that funneled information and supplies to guerilla groups outside the city.
 
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The creators of the Alejandro Pardo Chronicles talk about their new book...and gangsta dwarves
 
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Aletta Henriëtte Jacobs worked actively with prostitutes, providing them a newly-invented contraceptive called a diaphragm (the design of which she added improvements of her own).
 
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Jeoly was a slave from Davao, whose skin was hung at Oxford's Bodleian Library for hundreds of years.
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