Thursday, September 14, 2006

DANIW

Nalisiak Manen Ti Kumpay Ni Patay

ngem, ammok, saan nga agnanayon ti isem
kas iti daniw, aggibus inton magsat puseg ti angin
inton agin-iniin a matnag ti naragas a bulong iti daga
ket iti naulimek a lennekan, in-inut nga agtabon ti init
ala wen, ti kinakolumnista medikal ti salakan
iti lib-at a wasiwas ti kumpay ti nakaabungot
a rurog iti beddeng ti gunay ken talna
kunak itan, pak-ol ngata wenno pakdaar
panagsagana iti ibaballasiwen iti kinatalna
ta nakitakon ti biddut a panangitandudo ti dir-i
kadagiti amin a suli ti manglimlimo a talek
ket nalipatan ti litania ti umuna pakdaar
ti di naitaltalek a lib-at, ti ganna, ken ti mision
dagiti daniw, sarita ken sinurat a nasilawak
iti aksidente a pannakatnag iti dan-aw ti balikas
kayatko nga itakdang ida, isuda amin, itan, koma
ngem dandanin naisurat ti tallopulo iti papel
ket daydiay kabaelan ti muging di kabaelenen ti lasag
siguro, apitekon ti bunga dagiti bukel ti biddut
nga intukit ti kinalalaki iti bangkag ti kalman
dagiti bukel a nangitag-ay iti agusaw a bileg
dagiti bukel a sugsog iti kulkol a dana
dagiti bukel nga abungot ti padeppa
dagiti bukel a button ti konsensia
dagiti bukel a timtimonan ti agdama
iti sab-ok ti ulimek, nagampayag ti muging
kadagiti kinelleng nga inasak ket sinapul
dagiti sungbat ti saanen a magaw-at nga isem
pinanid ti panangbasak ti libro ti historia
ket nakitak dagiti namituen a kinelleng
dagiti natibtibong a bangkag ti dir-i
nabatida amin, wen, anian, nabatida amin
ket dayta a kanito, inagaw ti ubbog ti mata
ti kanalteek dagiti ramay iti keyboard
maipasngayak koma manen! wen, koma
no adda maulit a maipasngay ket subliak
dagiti kari dagiti namituen a kinelleng
dagiti kari dagiti natibtibong a bangkag ti dir-i
ngem ammok, itoy a kanito, umang-angesak
iti sabali a lubong, iti sabali a panawen
ta agrupsa ti amin a pigsa, ti lasag
adda met panakabannog ti muging
agpukaw met ti maris ti bullalayaw
dumteng ti paksoy, ti babawi, ti duadua
ti ladingit, ti sugnod, ti lunod, ti napait a lua
diak masinuo ti kalawa ti tangatang ti alla
makabannog, makabannog, ti upay, ti biddut
ti nangisit ti ulep iti nalidem a lennekan
ket ti nabatbati a pigsa, ti tibker ti muging
ad-adda a sapulennan ti talinaay…

PASENSIA

...iti panagpukaw iti sumagmamano nga aldaw gapu iti di napakpakadaan a pasamak
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sungbatak laeng ditoy ti poste ni manong amado:

1) asino dagiti mabutaran?

iti damo, posible nga awan pay laeng ta nasken iti pannakaawag nga umuna iti taripnong maipapan itoy nga isyu ket maamiris dagiti nalinteg a dalan a suroten .. no asino dayta a mangawag iti taripnong dayta ti KADAKKELAN A PARIKUT..

2) asino ti mangbutar kadakuada?

ti taripnong a mismo... ti parikut, buklen ngata ti mayoria dagita a mannurat dayta a taripnong?

3) asino ti mamati kadakuada?

iggem dagiti pablisher ken editor dagiti writersda... ngem iti kanito a di mairaman dagiti editor ken pablisher, ipapilitto latta ti sistema a nariingan...lagipen a narigat ti mangabaruanan manen ... lalo no dayta a panangabaruanan ket mausar ti "diktar" a di ket iti naannayas a panagtutongtong... no dagiti editor ken pablisher ket "naimpusoan iti pannakisaritada maipapan iti panagbalbaliw, sumurot iti agus dagiti writers... no saan, nasaokon

ipostekto ti makunak kadagiti tallo a naidatag a singasing...

Saturday, September 09, 2006

GUMIL INTERNATIONAL UPDATE

International Conference will bring Ilokano Writers together in Honolulu, Hawaii this September 22,23, 24 Gumil Oahu, an association of Ilokano Writers on Oahu will hold its 2nd Gumil Filipinas International Conference on September 22- 23 at the Philippine Consulate General and at the Pagoda Hotel International Ballroom for the Gala Night on the 24th.

Delegate-writers and cultural performers from various GUMIL Chapters in Ilocos Sur, Ilocos Norte, La Union, Cagayan, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya, Pangasinan, Metro Manila in the Philippines, U.S. Mainland, Canada & Europe including those from Hawaii will be participants of the event, says Ric Agnes, delegates coordinator.

Theme: Appreciating the past, recognizing the present and strengthening,equipping, developing potential and shaping the future

This three-day event will highlight seminar workshop aims to enrich Ilokano Literature and Cultural heritage by encouraging its members to write about the social, economic, cultural and other aspect of growth and development among the Ilokanos in particular and the Filipinos in general, says Gladys Menor, events and program chair, and Immediate Past president..

This event is in connection with the 10th Anniversary of Gumil Oahu being organized on August 13, 1996, and this International conference is in coincide with the celebration in commemoration with the One Hundred years arrival of the First 15 Ilokano recruit workers from the province Ilocos Sur who boarded in SS Doric and arrived on December 20, 1906 at the Honolulu port and finally landed to the Ola'a
Sugar Plantation in the Big Island.

Minimal fee will be charged to defray cost for the conference meals and materials and the gala night cost $40.00 per guest.

Friday, September 08, 2006

ISTANDARDISASION ITI ESPELING ITI ILUKO

mapasamak koma ti sapasap a forum ti istandardisasion iti espeling

sadiay Iluko.com, naidatag daytoy a panggep ngem awan ti naidatag nga addang no kasano nga aramiden... nakaisemak la ket ngarud a "nangontra" bareng idatagda dagiti addang ngem kasla asuk ket natay iti natural nga ipapatay... ania koma ti yistandartayo iti iluko? ispeling, pronunciation, adaptation, coinage? saan a nalawag no ania...

koma adda ti naidatag a "saan a rumbeng" ken "rumbeng" nga addang sakbay ti forum; a kas koma dagitoy: (saan a nasisita nga isu daytoy ti masurot, ta ehemplo laeng)

1) panagadal kadagiti kabaruanan nga estandardisasion iti pannakaisurat ti iluko
2) saggaysaen nga ilista dagiti parikut iti ispeing ken iti panagaramat iti iluko
3) maaddaan iti listaan dagiti rumbeng a pagadalan ken sukisoken ken analisaren (a saan ket a ti la sumapsapit ken maisapsapit)
4) agsukisok kadagiti agdadata a parikut iti ispeling ket mangaramid iti pagannurotan, annuroten, pagalagadan no kasano a solbaren dagitoy nasukisok a parikut
5) maisurat ken maidatag dagiti napagadalan iti sapasap no tung-edadnda wenno saan
6) no wen, kuna ti kaadduan, patalgedan dagiti annuroten ken pagalagadan
7) trial nga implementasion babaen iti tulong dagiti pablisher ken editor iti amin a babasaen ket mapagadalan ti feedback ti implementasion
8) maamiris dagiti feedback ket agsubli manen iti lamisaan tapno mapagadalan a nalaing dagiti timpuar a parikut ken masabat dagiti nagkamtudan ken marugosan dagiti simmubra.
9) maaddaan iti komite a mangadal ti panagtaray ti implimentasion ket idatagda ti reportda kadagiti 2, 5, 10, 15, 20 a tawen para iti rekord ti iluko

ti naidatag a tungtongan iti iluko.com, nakitak sadiay a "kasla di nairaman" dagiti pablisher ken editor iti saritaan banag a nangdillawak

laglagipen, ti istandardisasion ken saan a kabaelan nga ipagna ti sumagmamano a tao laeng no awan ti implementorna... ket dagiti pablisher ken editor iti makaiyimplementar iti kadagiti napagadalan ta isuda ngarud ti addaan iti babasaen

ulitek manen: umuna koma a maidatag dagiti addang sakbay ti panagadal

ta no saan: agtultuloy latta ti panagsurat iti agdama a sistema ken iruruar dagiti dinuyduyog a singasing iti panagbalbaliw

KUNAK LAENG DAYTOY A DI RUMBENG A PATIEN KEN SUROTEN... paset daytoy ti freedom of speech ken freedom of expression

Thursday, September 07, 2006

blogger met kano a, daytoy nga ubing


Link

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

PALANCA AWARDS!

Big names in Philippine literature adjudge this year’s Palanca Awardees

This year’s recipients of the Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature were adjudged by the country’s leading literary personalities, the award sponsor Carlos Palanca Foundation, Inc. announced recently.

All of the judges hold key positions in institutions that promote the development of Philippine arts and literature.

Majority of the judges are members of the academe, national media organizations, publishing houses, and the performing arts, namely, movie, television, and theater.

The panel of judges includes:

FILIPINO DIVISION

DULANG PAMPELIKULA
Joel Lamangan
Mel Chionglo
Annette Gozon

DULANG PANTELEBISYON
Loida F. Viriña
Roy C. Iglesias
Rio Locsin

DULANG GANAP ANG HABA
Chris B. Millado
Arthur P. Casanova
Lito Casaje

DULANG MAY ISANG YUGTO
Manuel R. Buising
Sol Juvida
Anita M. Navarro

SANAYSAY
Lilia F. Antonio
Violeta A. Laraya
Arlene May Macapanpan

KABATAAN SANAYSAY
Pamela Constantino
Vina P. Paz
Vivencio M. Talegon, Jr.

TULA
Rogelio G. Mangahas
Nicolas B.Pichay
Luna Sicat-Cleto

FUTURISTIC FICTION
Eugene Y. Evasco
Galileo S. Zafra
Ronan Capinding

MAIKLING KUWENTONG PAMBATA
Luis P. Gatmaitan, MD.
Ani Rosa Almario
Heidi Emily E. Abad

MAIKLING KUWENTO
Herminio Beltran, Jr.
Glady E. Gimena
Marco A.V. Lopez

MAIKLING KUWENTO-CEBUANO
Belen Calingacion
Jaime An Lim
Edgar S. Godin

MAIKLING KUWENTO-HILIGAYNON
Isabel D. Sebullen
Ruby G. Alcantara
Nerio E. Jedeliz, Jr.

MAIKLING KUWENTO-ILUKO
Reynaldo A. Duque
Noemi U. Rosal
Ma. Leonida Fres-Felix

ENGLISH DIVISION

FULL-LENGTH PLAY
Behn Cervantes
Irma Adlawan-Marasigan
Ricky Davao

ONE-ACT PLAY
Floy Quintos
Pinky Amador
Joel Torre

POETRY
Ophelia A. Dimalanta
Ricardo de Ungria
Danton Remoto

FUTURISTIC FICTION
Ma. Milagros C. Laurel
Jose Neil Garcia
Khavn Dela Cruz

SHORT STORY
Gregorio C. Brillantes
Emily A. Abrera
Benjamin Bautista

SHORT STORY FOR CHILDREN
Ma. Elena P. Locsin
Ma. Teresa H. Madamba
Edizon A. Fermin

ESSAY
Bienvenido Lumbera
Conrado de Quiros
Lito Zulueta

KABATAAN ESSAY
Ma. Corazon R. Reyes
Helen Lopez
Jasmin E. Acuña

This year’s Palanca awardees were recently honored at the Dusit Hotel Nikko in Makati City.

Established in 1950 to honor Don Carlos Palanca Sr., the awards aims to help develop Philippine Literature for writers to craft their most outstanding literary work; and to be a treasury of the Philippines’ literary gems from our gifted writers; and to assist in its dissemination to the public, especially the students.

Palanca Winners Honored

The Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature honored last September 1, 2006 this year’s winners of the country’s premier literary awards for its 56th edition.

Majority of the winners are university students, two winners are affiliated with the two leading networks, and one winner each from a local radio station and a national magazine.

More than half of the awardees are first-time winners.

The awarding ceremonies held yesterday at the Dusit Hotel Nikko in Makati City had National Artist for Literature Dr. Edith Lopez Tiempo as guest speaker.

Dr. Tiempo presently holds key positions that are geared towards the development of Philippine literature. She is the Executive Consultant and Head of the National Academic Review Board, CAP College – Dumaguete Office; English Professor in Silliman University; and Director of the National Summer Writers Workshop in Dumaguete City.

Dr. Tiempo herself won several Palanca awards: Tracts of Babylon and Other Poems, first prize, poetry in English, 1967; “The Black Monkey,” third prize, 1951, “The Dam,” second prize, 1955, and “Un Bel Di,” first prize in 1969, all in the short story in English category. Her novel, His Native Coast, won the grand prize in the Cultural Center of the Philippines Literary Contest in 1979, while her short stories “Chamber of the Sea,” 1955, and “The Dimensions of Fear,” 1959, both won first prizes in the Philippine Free Press Literary contest.

Established in 1950 to honor Don Carlos Palanca Sr., the 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 dissemination to the public especially students.

This year’s Palanca awardees are:

Dulang Pampelikula
1st Place – Cenon O. Palomares (Kusina)
2nd Place – Jim Diamond M. Libiran (Tribu)
3rd Place – Carlos A. Arejola (Ang Mundo ay Iisa at Marami)

Dulang Pantelebisyon
1st Place – Rodolfo R. Lana Jr. (Milagroso)
2nd Place – Jose Dennis C. Teodosio (Pulo)
3rd Place – Bonifacio P. Ilagan (Negatibo)

Dulang Ganap ang Haba
1st Place – Ma. Josephine C. Barrios (Gabriela)
2nd Place – Timothy Dacanay (Teatro Porvenir)
3rd Place – Liza Magtoto (’Nay Isa)

Dulang May Isang Yugto
1st Place – Job A. Pagsibigan (The Palanca in My Mind)
2nd Place – Joel V. Almazan (Aba Ginoong Mag-asawa)
3rd Place – Christian U. Tordecillas (Dyip)

Sanaysay
1st Place – Rosario Torres - Yu (Batang Tundo)
2nd Place – Elyrah L. Salanga (Talambalay)
3rd Place – Ramon M. Bernardo (Alingawngaw ng mga Kuliglig, Kalansing ng mga Tansan)
Kabataan Sanaysay
1st Place – Wilminia J. Balon (Package)
2nd Place – Allan Jay. T. Allonar Jr. (Ang Pangako kay Asterz)
3rd Place – No Winner

Tula
1st Place – Rebecca T. Añonuevo (Sa Tanda ng Pagsisimula ng Buhay)
2nd Place – Maria Josephine C. Barrios (Salit-salitang mga Tula ng Pagsulyap, Pakikibaka at Paglingap)
3rd Place – Emmanuel V. Dumlao (Salamangka ng Santelmo)

Futuristic Fiction - Filipino
1st Place – Michael Francis C. Andrada (Tala-Huli / Huling Tala: Si Manong, Sa Dyip, Ang Drayber at Ako, Ako Lang Naman, Ang Kanyang Pasahero)
2nd Place – Enrique C. Villasis (De-Lata)
3rd Place – Vladimeir B. Gonzales (Lunes, Alas Diyes ng Umaga)

Maikling Kuwentong Pambata
1st Place – Bernadette V. Neri (Ang Ikaklit sa Aming Hardin)
2nd Place – Maynard G. Manasala (Taguan-Pung)
3rd Place – Allan Alberto N. Derain (Ang Regalo ng Taong Ibon)

Maikling Kuwento
1st Place – Eros S. Atalia (Si Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino)
2nd Place – Kristian Sendon-Cordero (Langaw)
3rd Place – Edgar B. Maranan (Buwan at Lupa)

Maikling Kuwento – Cebuano
1st Place - Lamberto Ceballos (Ang Ungo sa San Pilar)
2nd Place – Richel G. Dorotan (Dayaspora)
3rd Place – Eleazar T. Acampado (Mata sa Bagyo)

Maikling Kuwento – Hiligaynon
1st Place – Leoncio P. Deriada (Duta para sa mga Iskolar sang Banwa)
2nd Place – Peter S. Nery (Ang Kapid)
3rd Place – Bryan Mari Argos (Sagal-i)

Maikling Kuwento – Iluko
1st Place – Bernardo D. Tabbada (Nabungon Iti Lawag)
2nd Place – Danilo B. Antalan (Tugot)
3rd Place – Arnold P. Jose (Ni Ina Baket Gimma, Ti Aso, ken Ti Atang)

English Division

Full-Length Play
1st Place – Glenn S. Mas (The Death of Memory)
2nd Place – Amelia L. Bonifacio (Chinchina and the Five Mountains)
3rd Place – Maria Clarissa Estuar (Ask Me Again When I’m Thirty)

One-Act Play
1st Place – Steven Prince C. Fernandez (Ming Ming)
2nd Place – Joachim Emilio B. Antonio (Gabrielle)
3rd Place – Nikki Alfar (Life After Beth)

Poetry
1st Place – Lawrence L. Ypil (The Highest Hiding Place)
2nd Place – Sid G. Hildawa (Building a House, and other Poems)
3rd Place – Raymundo T. Pandan Jr. (Illuminations and Sonorities)

Futuristic Fiction
1st Place – No Winner
2nd Place – Corinna Esperanza A. Nuqui (Suman)
3rd Place – Arturo Ilano (A Monumental Race)

Short Story
1st Place – Socorro Villanueva (Mahogany Water)
2nd Place – Myrza Sison (Sink or Swim)
3rd Place – Ma. Celeste Flores-Coscolluela (Trips)

Short Story for Children
1st Place – Ma. Celeste Flores-Coscolluela (Cut)
2nd Place – Grace D. Chong (Big Brother)
3rd Place – Dean Francis Alfar (How Rosang Taba Won a Race)

Essay
1st Place – Jose Edmundo O. Reyes (Fungibility, Dead Souls and OCWs)
2nd Place – Edgar B. Maranan (Hometown Stories and Footnotes to Childhood’s End)
3rd Place – Martin V. Villanueva (He’d Rather be Relevant)

Kabataan Essay
1st Place – Katrina G. Gomez (Restructuring Idealism)
2nd Place – Ryan Edward L. Chua (Home)
3rd Place – Hannah L. Co (Coming Home)