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Complete List of the 2007 Palanca Winners
« on: September 03, 2007, 01:52:33 PM »
Multi-awarded playwright and poet Nicholas B. Pichay has been elevated to the Palanca Hall of Fame after winning his fifth first prize with his Filipino full-length play entry, “Tres Ataques de Corazon,” in the 2007 Palanca Awards.

The list of winners for this year’s Palanca Awards, half of which are first-time winners, include:

Filipino Division
Dulaang Pampelikula: First prize, Miguel G. Alcarazen (“Prisoner Alpha”); second prize, Marlon G. Manuel (“Kolono”); third prize, Renei Patricia E. Dimla (“Katay”)

Dulaang Ganap ang Haba: First prize, Nicolas B. Pichay (“Tres Ataques de Corazon”); second prize, Edward P. Perez (“Apuntador”); third prize, Rodolfo C. Vera (“Ang Mga Huwad”)

Dulaang may Isang Yugto: First prize, Christopher D. Martinez (“Our Lady of Arlegui”); second prize, José Dennis C. Teodosio (“Baka Sakali”); third prize, Lateya P. Bucuy (“Ellas Inocentes”)

Sanaysay: First prize, Annalyn L. Leyesa (“Bahay-Bahayan”); second prize, Ma. Jovita E. Zarate (“Sa Hulo’t Libis ng Aking Bayan”); third prize, Maribel Bagabaldo-Frasure (“Stet”)

Kabataan Sanaysay: First prize, Anna Larisa Victoria U. Vega (“Ang Huling Ngiti ng Pagkalinga”); second prize, Mary Anne Jelli E. Gaza (“Isang Siglo, Isang Dekada’t Isang Taon”); third prize, Kathleen Teresa M. Ramos (“Tatawa Na ’Yan”)

Tula: First prize, Carlos M. Piocos III (“Corpus”); second prize, Rebecca T. Añonuevo (“Paglingon sa Pag-Asa at Iba Pang Tula”); third prize, Renato L. Santos (“Sosy, Atbp....”)

Maikling Kuwentong Pambata: First prize, Sheila Gonzales-de la Cuesta (“Junior”); second prize, Joachim Emilio B. Antonio (“Ang Ampalaya sa Pinggan ni Peepo”); third prize, Michael M. Coroza (“Imbisibol Man ang Tatay”)

Maikling Kuwento: First prize, Allan Albert N. Derain (“Paputian ng Laba”); second prize, Jerome B. Gomez (“Desperately, Susan”); third prize, Dana Batnag (“D Bampyr Chronicles... O Kwento ng Mga Tao sa Bayang Walang Hope”)

Maikling Kuwento-Cebuano: First prize, Merlie M. Alunan (“Pamato”); second prize, Ferdinand L. Balino (“Absent, Ma’am”); third prize, Noel P. Tuazon (“Kundat sa Unang Gugma”)

Maikling Kuwento-Hiligaynon: First prize, Peter Solis Nery (“Candido”); second prize, Felino Salem Garcia Jr. (“Sa Hingapusan”); third prize, no winner

Maikling Kuwento-Iluko:
First prize, Noli S. Dumlao (“Dadapilan”); second prize, Bernardo D. Tabbada (“Ti Danapidip nga Addang ni Manong Rod”); third prize, Aurelio S. Agcaoili (“Alimpapatok iti Panawen ti Ariangga”)

English Division
Full-Length Play: First prize, Jorshinelle Taleon-Sonza (“Pure”); second prize, Glenn Sevilla Mas (“Games People Play”); third prize, Cynthia Lapeña-Amador (“The Piano”)

One-Act Play: First prize, Debbie Ann Tan (“Time Waits”); second prize, Joshua L. Lim So (“Portraits”); third prize, Allan Lopez (“Battery Park”)

Poetry: First prize, Mikael de Lara Co (“Hands for a Fistful of Sand”); second prize, Jose Edmundo Ocampo Reyes (“Imaginary Numbers”); third prize, Dinah Roma-Sinaturi (“Geographies of Light”)

Short Story: First prize, Angelo R. Lacuesta (“Flames”); second prize, Douglas James Limpe Candano (“Dreaming Valhalla”); third prize, Crystal Gail Shangkuan Koo (“Benito Salazar’s Last Creation”)

Short Story for Children: First prize, Lakambini Sitoy (“The Elusive Banana Dog”); second prize, Dean Francis Alfar (“Poor, Poor Luisa”); third prize, Ian Fermin Casocot (“The Last Days of Magic”)

Essay: First prize, Wilfredo O. Pascual Jr. (“Lost In Childrensville”); second prize, Rosalinda Lejano-Massebieau (“Culture Shocked: A Story of Recovery”); third prize, Allan J. Pastrana (“The Lady’s Train”)

Kabataan Essay: First prize, Cristina Gratia T. Tantengco (“Humor, Faith, Bayanihan and Kayod: Survival Tools for the 21st Century Filipino”); second prize, Juan Emmanuel P. Batuhan (“Sterling Pinoy”); third prize, Hannah L. Co (“Adaptability”)

Established in 1950 to honor Don Carlos Palanca Sr., the Palanca Awards aims to serve as an incentive for Filipino writers to craft their outstanding literary works; to serve as a repository of Filipino literary masterpieces; and to disseminate the public especially students.

source: The Philippine Daily Inquirer
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