2004 Palanca Awards

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The Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature winners in the year 2004 (rank, name of author, title of winning entry):

English Division[edit]

Futuristic Fiction
  • First Prize: Irene Carolina Sarmiento, "They Don't Bite"
  • Second Prize: Catherine Rose Torres, "Niche"
  • Third Prize: Dean Francis Alfar, "Hollow Girl: A Romance"
Short Story
  • First Prize: Asterio Enrico Gutierrez, "Blind"
  • Second Prize: Socorro Villanueva, "Foggy Makes Me Sad"
  • Third Prize: Paul de Guzman, "The Index of Forbidden Books."
Short Story for Children
  • First Prize: Victoria Estrella Bravo, "The Cat Painter"
  • Second Prize: Maria Celeste Flores, "Touch Ball"
  • Third Prize: C. Horatius Mosquera, "The Boy Who Had Three Brains"
  • First Prize: Wilfredo Pascual Jr., "Devotion"
  • Second Prize: Erwin Romulo, "Confessions of a Space Boy"
  • Third Prize: Jose Maria Alarilla, "Surviving the Zeroes"
  • First Prize: Naya Valdellon, "Casual Ties"
  • Second Prize: Joel Toledo, "Literature and Other Poems"
  • Third Prize: Angelo Suarez, "Else It Was Purely Girls"
One-Act Play
  • First Prize: Glenn Mas, "Her Father's House"
  • Second Prize: Dean Francis Alfar, "The Kite of Stars"
  • Third Prize: Robert Arlo de Guzman, "Sakura"
Full-Length Play
  • First Prize: Isagani Cruz, "The Lovely Bienvenido N. Santos"
  • Second Prize: Anna Felicia Sanchez, "In Search of a Storybook Dragon"
  • Third Prize: Glenn Sevilla Mas, "Rite of Passage"

Filipino Division[edit]

Futuristic Fiction
  • First Prize: Charles Bryan Acosta, " Dalawang Butil ng Asukal at Bigas"
Maikiling Kuwento
  • First Prize: Honorio Bartolome De Dios, "Etong Bayad, Sang Kalayaan Lang
  • Second Prize: Clarito Garcia de Francia, "Mik-Eng"
  • Third Prize: Johannes Chua, "Dinuguan"
Maikling Kuwentong Pambata
  • First Prize: No Winner
  • Second Prize: Eugene Evasco, "Si Mabait at Ang Mga Daliri ng Liwanag"
  • Third Prize: Russell Roland Molina, "Tuwing Sabado"
  • First Prize: Luna Sicat Cleto, "Balanse"
  • Second Prize: Mary Grace Mendoza, "Suson-susong Suso"
  • Third Prize: Melecio Antonio Adviento III, "Diwa ng Manlalakbay"
  • First Prize: Edgar Samar, "Tayong Lumalakad Nang Matulin"
  • Second Prize: Joseph Rosmon Tuazon, "Puti ang Anino ng Minsang Narito"
  • Third Prize: Renato Santos' "Sa Mall ng Mega-buhay-buhay"
Dulang May Isang Yugto
  • First Prize: Nicolas Pichay, "Pangulo Naming Mahal"
  • Second Prize: Rodolfo C. Vera, "Mga Aswang sa Panahon ng Digmaan"
  • Third Prize: George de Jesus III, "Unang Ulang ng Mayo"
Dulang Ganap ang Haba
  • First Prize: Nicolas Pichay, "Psychedelia Apocalypsis"
  • Second Prize: Jeanne Lim, "Gulong"
  • Third Prize: Allan Lopez, "Anatomiya ng Pag-ibig"
Dulang Pantelebisyon
  • First Prize: Lourd Ernest De Veyra and Homer Novicio, "Tugtog Tinapay"
  • Second Prize: Ma. Clarissa Estuar, "Riles"
  • Third Prize: Ramon Orbeta, "Adik sa TV"
Dulang Pampelikula
  • First Prize: Mark Meily, "Good Friday Archipelago"
  • Second Prize: Ma. Abigael Malonzo, "Snapshots"
  • Third Prize: Jose Maria Manalo, "Adoboville"

Regional Language Division[edit]

Short Story-Cebuano
  • First Prize: Arnel Mardoquio, "Ang Katapusang Sonata sa Clarinet ni Nikolet"
  • Second Prize: Agustin Pagusara Jr., "Talia Migrante"
  • Third Prize: Gumer Rafanan, "Gutom"
Short Story-Hiligaynon
  • First Prize: Winton Lou Ynion, "Sinipad sa Balaan Bukid"
  • Second Prize: Genevieve L. Asenjo, "Si Beryong Balikbayan"
  • Third Prize: John Iremil Teodoro, "Balaan"
Short Story-Iluko
  • First Prize: Prescillano Bermudez, "Apong Gabriel, Pundador"
  • Second Prize: Daniel Nesperos, "Opas"
  • Third Prize: Severino Pablo, "Silaw a Makidinnaeg iti Di Maungpot nga Isisingising ti Init"

Kabataan Essay Division[edit]

  • First Prize: Charles Bryan Acosta, "My Philosophy"
  • Second Prize: Marc Gregory Yu, "To Be President? Why Not"
  • Third Prize: Marie Kristine Reyes, "In Over-anticipation of the Future"
  • First Prize: Marylaine Louise Viernes, "Iboto! Ako Para Pangulo"
  • Second Prize: Cassandra Czarina Yap, "Kung Ako ay Presidente ng Pilipinas"
  • Third Prize: Mark Christopher delos Angeles Deatras, "Kapitan"

More winners by year[edit]


http://www.geocities.com/palanca_awards/2004.html (Archived 2009-10-23)