An anthology of winning works: the 1980s short story / Carlos Palanca Foundation

Contributor(s): Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards | Carlos Palanca Foundation
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Pasig City, Philippines : Anvil Publishing, © 2000Description: 3 v. ; 22 cmISBN: 9712709892 (v. 1); 9712710068 (v. 2); 9789712710Other title: Winning worksSubject(s): Philippine literature (English) | Philippine anthologiesDDC classification: 820.8/09599/09048 LOC classification: PR9550.5 | .A516 2000Summary: "The Carlos Palanca Sr. Foundation has been one of the most important supporters of Philippine Literature through its annual awards. Starting with the Short Story Category in both English and Filipino, the awards was since elicited an overwhelming response from talented writers in the country. Thus, the Foundation added new categories: Essay, Poetry, Novel, One-Act Play, Full-length Play, Teleplay, Screenplay and Short Story for Children. In 1997, it introduced three more: Ilocano, Cebuano and Hiligaynon Short Story. In 1996, the FOundation, in its continuing efforts to help enrich the country's cultural heritage, started to conduct Creative Writing Workshops in Manila and the provinces. Dramatic readings of award-winning works have also been conducted in colleges and universities. In this volume of selected winning literary works, the Foundation celebrates the talent of the Filipino writer- a proof of its commitment to the development of Philippine Literature."
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At head of title: Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature.

"The Carlos Palanca Sr. Foundation has been one of the most important supporters of Philippine Literature through its annual awards. Starting with the Short Story Category in both English and Filipino, the awards was since elicited an overwhelming response from talented writers in the country. Thus, the Foundation added new categories: Essay, Poetry, Novel, One-Act Play, Full-length Play, Teleplay, Screenplay and Short Story for Children. In 1997, it introduced three more: Ilocano, Cebuano and Hiligaynon Short Story.

In 1996, the FOundation, in its continuing efforts to help enrich the country's cultural heritage, started to conduct Creative Writing Workshops in Manila and the provinces. Dramatic readings of award-winning works have also been conducted in colleges and universities.

In this volume of selected winning literary works, the Foundation celebrates the talent of the Filipino writer- a proof of its commitment to the development of Philippine Literature."

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