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2000 and up philippine literature


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2000 and up philippine literature

  1. 1. • has written nine books and edited eight other titles, including the landmark Ladlad series of gay literature. • He taught English and Literature at Ateneo de Manila University before taking early retirement to work as a Communications Analyst at the United Nations Development Programme. • He is now the Head of Research and Desk Manager of TV5, where he also co-hosts a weekly TV show and a daily radio show. He studied at Ateneo de Manila University, University of the Philippines, University of Stirling (U.K.) and Rutgers University (U.S.A.)
  2. 2. • Awarded, among others, the National Book Critics Circle Award and the International IMPAC Dublin and Lannan Literary Awards for The Known World; he also received a MacArthur Fellowship in 2004. • His first collection of stories, Lost in the City, won the PEN/Hemingway Award and was shortlisted for the National Book Award. His most recent book is All Aunt Hagar's Children. He lives in Washington, D.C.
  3. 3. • is an author of short stories, personal essays, and scholarly articles. Her stories and essays have won the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards, the Philippines Free Press Literary Award, the Nick Joaquin Literary Award, and the CCP Gantimpalang Ani. Her two books of fiction have received the National Book Award from the Manila Critics Circle. She recently won the NCCA Writer's Prize for a third collection of short stories, entitled ‘Island of the Disappeared'. • She teaches Philippine literature and creative writing at the University of the Philippines Diliman, where she finished a doctorate in Philippine Studies. • She has been Fulbright Visiting Professor twice, a Ford Foundation Country Scholar for Southeast Asian Literature, a British Council Center scholar to Oxford University, and a writer-in-residence in Lavigny, Switzerland.
  4. 4. • Essayist and scholar, RESIL B. MOJARES authored such award- winning books as Origins and Rise of the Filipino Novel (1979), Theater in Society, Society in Theater (1985), House of Memory (1997 ), Waiting for Mariang Makiling (2002), and Brains of the Nation (2006). He has served as visiting professor in Philippine Studies at universities in Japan, Singapore, and the United States. Long-time member of the Manila Critics Circle, he is currently general editor of the Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation and professor emeritus at the University of San Carlos in Cebu City
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