Elizabeth Ruth Deyro

Fiction/Prose Editor

Elizabeth Ruth Deyro (she/her) is a Filipina writer and editor with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts from the University of the Philippines Los Baños where her major was in writing, with minors in speech communication and theater arts. She is the essay editor of Cauldron Anthology and the prose editor of Minute Magazine and Culaccino Magazine. Her work has been published in or is forthcoming from Ellipsis ZineBlack Napkin Press, Jellyfish Review, Laurel Magazine, and {m}aganda Magazine. She also has bylines in Rappler and The Tempest. Her publication, The Brown Orient, was launched earlier this year. She is an intersectional feminist and mental health advocate, and strongly promotes body and sex positivity. 


Recent Publications:

"The Tale of the Fish" (Jellyfish Review, March 2018)

"The Faces of Mental Illness in the Philippines" (L'Éphémère Review, February 2018),

"I started attending university when I turned 14. I had no idea what I was in for." (The Tempest, February 2018),

"Gemini" (Ellipsis Zine: "Two", February 2018), "Constitution" (Black Napkin Press, January 2018)


Words: identity politics, transgressive, absurdist, surrealist, occult, mental health, womanhood, disabilities, gender expression, mythology, ethnic representation, mystery, binary oppositions, philosophy, theories of consciousness, art in the ordinary, social commentary, popular culture


How I show love: Through words, touch, and service.