is the CEO of his own plastics company. As a Seabee, he was stationed in Mindoro and Zambales in 1945. He has written several books.
teaches at U.P. Creative Writing Center. He has won several Palanca Awards.
(1917-1983), a prolific writer from Cebu City, only managed to get an A.A. degree from U.P. because of poor health. A member of the U.P. Writers Club, she held the National Fellowship in Fiction post at the U.P. Creative Writing Center in 1979.
is a Palanca Award-winning poet. “The Wonderful Machine” is his only published short story.
(1894-1983) only had one more published short story after “Dead Stars.” Nevertheless, she made her mark in Philippine literature because her work is considered the first modern Philippine short story.
The Automobile Comes to Town. His book was never published because WWII came and the manuscript was lost. (1912-1981) won the 1941 Commonwealth Award for Literature for his collection of 47 short stories,
was born in Cebu City, grew up in Mandaue, and works in Mactan.
has a degree in communication arts from University of the Philippines at Los Baños. She is getting her MFA at De La Salle University while working at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
Manila Times. He has taught English at U.P. Diliman and has worked for for the Philippine government. has won Palancas and is now publisher of
Philippine Free Press annual competition. He showed lots of promise but I don't know if he wrote many more stories later. wrote “The.Doll” which won a prize in the
has the distinction of winning the first Palanca Award. Another story of his won again later. He has written and edited several books on Philippine art and culture.
is an English studies graduate of University of the Philippines at Diliman. He works at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts as an information officer.
is a media officer at the United Nations Transitional Authority in East Timor.
Happy Endings, is available from U.P. Press. has won Philippine Graphic and Palanca awards. His first book,
is a professor emeritus in mathematics at University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Life Before X and Other Stories. winner of Philippine Graphic and Palanca awards, has come out with his first book,
another Palanca winner, teaches in the creative writing program of the University of the Philippines in Mindanao (Davao City). He grew up in Samar and studied in Silliman University.
teaches at University of the Philippines Visayas in Iloilo City. He is a member of the Arts Council of Iloilo.
Evening News Magazine. is a Bicolano writer who first started writing in the 1930s. He was editor of
Vanda merillii var. rotorii) named after him. He was given the Republic Cultural Award in 1966. (1907-1995?) enrolled in U.P. Conservatory of Music and College of Medicine simultaneously and graduated from both. He became director of the university’s Postgraduate School of Medicine, was a music critic and an orchid fancier. He had a disease (Rotor Syndrome) and a vanda orchid (
Philippine Graphic, and Philippines Free Press grand prizes for her short stories. executive director for Philippine Air Lines Foundation, has won the NVM Gonzales,
has been writing fiction since 1998. His stories have been published in the Philippines, U.S., and Canada.
Mens Rea, a collection of her short stories. a multiple Palanca Award winner, has received the National Book Award for
(1908-?) was a founding member of U.P. Writer’s club. She was head of the Philippine National Red Cross for decades.
majored in English at University of the Philippines Diliman. While working for an M.A. in clinical psychology, she works at the office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Development at U.P.
Philippines Free Press, Philippine Graphic, and Bisaya. He is a Palanca and Graphics award winner. is chair of the Humanities Division at Ateneo de Davao. His fiction and poems (Cebuano and English) have appeared in
teaches at U.P. College of Fine Arts. She has written and illustrated children’s books for Adarna, Bookmark, and Tahanan Books.
Philippine Daily Inquirer’s Junior Inquirer section. is a teaching associate at U.P. Diliman’s Department of English and Comparative Literature. She has published several stories and poems for children in the
Archipelago Quarterly. He worked in the foreign service corp of the Philippine government until his retirement. (1917-1995?) has compiled poetry anthologies, essays on Philippine literature, and was editor-in-chief of
teaches English at De La Salle University where she is working towards an MFA.
(1907-1993) was a contemporary of the flashy Jose Garcia Villa. He often criticized her work but her poems have stood the test of time better than his. Her poems are only now begining to be appreciated.
is a literature major from University of the Philippines Visayas. She is a member of the Arts Council of Iloilo.
another multiple Palanca Award winner, teaches at Old Dominion University.
has journalism and law degrees from U.P. Diliman. Besides writing poetry, she works at a Makati law firm.
is a student at Ateneo de Manila University.
(for Judith E.L. Angerman) provided the artwork for "The Matini Effect." She has martini posters and art pieces for your bar, den, or office. You can see them at (click here) who goes by the initials JELA COOLARTETC.
is a photographer for Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). His striking picture of the LAX Theme Bldg. illustrates "Piña Colada."
lives in Switzerland. She paints with textile paint on silk, acrylic on wood, and watercolor on paper. Her work has been shown in England, France, and Switzerland.
studied at U.P. College of Fine Arts. He now lives in Toronto, Canada, where he was Dean of Fine Arts at University of Windsor before he retired.
is a graphics designer from Toronto, Canada.
Pacific Review. lives in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin and publishes
lives in Quezon City and is a senior in art school. She has worked for an ad agency but now spends her days doing news for a radio station.
has done glamour and fashion photography.
studied art and lives in Los Angeles.
teaches at U.P. College of Fine Arts. She has written and illustratred children’s books.
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