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Merlie M Alunan

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Name  Merlie Alunan
Role  Poet
Education  Silliman University

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Awards  Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Poetry, Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Short Story in Cebuano
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Merlie M. Alunan (born December 14, 1943, in Dingle, Iloilo) is a Filipina poet.

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Merlie M. Alunan Tales of the Spiderwoman New Poetry by Merlie M Alunan

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Life

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She graduated in Silliman University with an MA in Creative Writing in 1974. She teaches at the Creative Writing Center, University of the Philippines Visayas Tacloban College. She lives in Tacloban City.

Awards

  • Lillian Jerome Thornton Award for Nonfiction
  • Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature
  • National Book Award
  • Sunthorn Phu Literary Awards
  • Ani ng Dangal
  • Works

  • Heartstone, Sacred Tree, Anvil, 1993, ISBN 978-971-27-0301-0
  • Amina among the angels, University of the Philippines Press, 1997, ISBN 978-971-542-150-8
  • Selected poems, University of the Philippines Press, 2004, ISBN 978-971-542-443-1
  • Non-fiction

  • Kabilin: 100 Years of Negros Oriental, Negros Oriental Centennial Foundation, 1993
  • Edited

  • Fern Garden: An Anthology of Women Writing in the South, Committee on Literature, National Commission on Culture and the Arts, 1998, ISBN 978-971-91500-6-0
  • Anthologies

  • Songs of ourselves: writings by Filipino women in English, Editor Edna Zapanta-Manlapaz, Anvil Publishing, 1994, ISBN 978-971-27-0356-0
  • References

    Merlie M. Alunan Wikipedia


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