1997 Palanca Awards

1997 Palanca Awards

The Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature winners in the year 1997 (rank, title of winning entry, name of author):__NOTOC__

English Division

Short Story
First Prize: "The Amulet" by David C. Martinez
Second Prize: "The Window" by Clinton Palanca
Third Prize: "Welostit" by Ma. Romina M. Gonzales

First Prize: "Presence" by Ma. Luisa A. Cariño
Second Prize: "Shadow in the Sun" by David C. Martinez
Third Prize: "The Assassin and Other Poems" by Francis C. Macasantos

Short Story for Children
First Prize: "How My Sister Turned Me Into a Worm" by Natasha Vizcarra
Second Prize: "Fetch" by Victoria Estrella C. Bravo
Third Prize: "Speedy and Jet" by Jeanne Lim

First Prize: "On Presidential Portraits" by Manuel L. Quezon III
Second Prize: "Mother of Stories" by Melba Padilla Maggay
Third Prize: "The Inner Life" by Tomas C. Boquiren

Full Length Play
First Prize: "Return to Santander" by Crispin Ramos
Second Prize: "Dog Days in America" by Jorshinelle T. Sonza
Third Prize: "Istorya ni Bonipasyo: Kasla Gloria Ti Hawaii" by Behn Cervantes

One-Act Play
First Prize: No winner
Second Prize: "A Daughter's Seed" by Jose Victor Z. Torres
Third Prize: "The Guest is Reluctant But..." by Felix A. Clemente

Filipino Division

Short Story in Filipino
First Prize: "Nang Gabing Mamatay ang Nana Soling" by Alvin B. Yapan
Second Prize: "Ang Baliw" by Mayette Bayuga
Third Prize: "Si Joe Cool Kasi" by Olivia L. Cantor

Poetry in Filipino
First Prize: "Pink Guba at Iba Pang Alinignig" by Roberto T. Añonuevo
Second Prize: "Larombata" by Khan N. de la Cruz
Third Prize: "Pagkapaso ng Puso, Mga Tula ng Pagsuyo" by Roberto Ofanda Umil

Short Story for Children in Filipino
First Prize: "Salu-salo" by Susie R. Baclagon-Borrero
Second Prize: "May Lugar Kaya sa Langit Para sa Asong Batik-batik?" by Teresita G. Hizon
Third Prize: "Si Totoy sa Gubat ng Diwata" by Olivia L. Cantor

Essay in Filipino
First Prize: "Reseta at Letra: sa Daigdig ng Isang Doktor-Manunulat" by Luis P. Gatmaitan, MD
Second Prize: "Sa Aking Pinipintuho, Isang Sayaw ng Paghuhubad" by Glecy C. Atienza
Third Prize: "Chapter Eight" by Ma. Josephine Barrios

Full-Length Play in Filipino
First Prize: "In Karakter" by Aurora D. Yumul
Second Prize: "Unang Ulan ng Mayo" by John Iremil E. Teodoro
Third Prize: "Macho Motel" by Sid Gomez Hildawa

One-act Play in Filipino
First Prize: "Lakhan Bini" by Allan L.Palileo
Second Prize: "Despidida" by Ma. Josephine Barrios
Third Prize: "Rogad por Nosotros" by Jun F. Flavier Pablo

First Prize: "Pula" by Jun Lana and Peter Ong Lim
Second Prize: "23rd Floor" by Jun Lana
Third Prize: "Par" by Edzel Cardil

First Prize: "Daluyong sa Dibdib" by Al A. Puedan
Second Prize: "Barber's Cut" by Jun Lana and Peter Ong Lim
Third Prize: "West Side Avenue, JC" by Lav Indico Diaz

Iloko Short Story

First Prize: "Colorum" by Reynaldo A. Duque
Second Prize: "Ti Ligsay, Ti Anniniwan, Ken Ti Daton" by Aurelio S. Agcaoili
Third Prize: "Gita Dagiti Ledda" by Reynaldo A. Duque

Cebuano Short Story

First Prize: "Bugti" by Ernesto D. Lariosa
Second Prize: "Hangtod Matapos Ang Gabi" by Ricardo I. Patalinjug
Third Prize: "Sa Sabakan Sa Bukid" by Genaro Enad Tanudtanud

Hiligaynon Short Story

First Prize: "Kami nga Waay Diri, Waay Didto" by Alfredo R. Siva
Second Prize: "Mga Luha Para Kay Tatay Jose" by Alice Tan Gonzales
Third Prize: "Isa Ka Pompong Nga Rosas" by Alice Tan Gonzales

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