2013 Palanca Awards

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63rd Palanca Awards
Date September 1, 2013
Location The Peninsula Manila, Makati City, Philippines

The Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature winners for 2013. The awarding ceremonies were held on September 1, 2013, at the Peninsula Hotel Manila in Makati City.

Awards[edit]

Filipino Division[edit]

Tula (Poetry)[edit]

  • 1st: Manansala by Enrique S Villasis
  • 2nd: Asal-Hayop by Mark Anthony Angeles
  • 3rd: Lobo sa Loob by Kristian Sendon Cordero

Tulang Pambata (Poetry Written for Children)[edit]

  • 1st: Harana ng Kuliglig by Eugene Y Evasco
  • 2nd: Family Tree ng Tumubo sa Anit by April Jade I. Biglaen
  • 3rd: Sisid by Alvin Capili Ursua

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Maikling Kuwento (Short Story)[edit]

  • 1st: Bayanggudaw by Lilia Quindoza Santiago
  • 2nd: Pamamanhikan by Bernadette Villanueva Neri
  • 3rd: Ad Astra per Aspera by Kristian Sendon Cordero

Maikling Kuwentong Pambata (Short Story for Children)[edit]

  • 1st: Ang Paglalakbay ni Pipoy Piso by Maryrose Jairene C Cruz
  • 2nd: Ang Singsing-Pari sa Pisara by Eugene Y Evasco and Chris Martinez
  • 3rd: Salusalo Para Kay Kuya by Lucky Virgo Joyce Tinio

Nobela (Novel)[edit]

  • Grand Prize: Tatlong Gabi, Tatlong Araw by Eros Sanchez Atalia

Dulang Pampelikula (Screenplay)[edit]

  • 1st: NO WINNER
  • 2nd: Kung Paano Maghiwalay by George A de Jesus III
  • 3rd: The Revenge of the Comfort Woman by Patrick John R Valencia

Dulang Ganap ang Haba (Full-Length Play)[edit]

  • 1st: NO WINNER
  • 2nd: NO WINNER
  • 3rd: Dhahran Queens Manila by Luciano Sonny O Valencia

Dulang May Isang Yugto (One Act Play)[edit]

  • 1st: Mga Kuneho by Miguel Antonio Alfredo V Luarca
  • 2nd: Kapit by George A de Jesus III
  • 3rd: Pamamanhikan Bernadette Villanueva Neri

Sanaysay (Essay)[edit]

  • 1st: Our Lady of Imelda by Kristian Sendon Cordero
  • 2nd: Gabay sa Gurong-Likod by Salvador T Biglaen
  • 3rd: Mga Birtwal na Karahasan by Laurence Marvin S Castillo

English Division[edit]

Essay[edit]

  • 1st: The Krakauer Table by Shakira Andrea C Sison
  • 2nd: Under My Invisible Umbrella by Laurel Anne Fantauzzo
  • 3rd: Voices from the Village by Maria Neobie G Gonzalez

Poetry for Children[edit]

  • 1st: Attack of the Persistent Cold Virus and Other Poems by Mia A Buenaventura
  • 2nd: Mr. Bully and Other Poems for Children by Francis C Macansantos
  • 3rd: Monsters Under My Bed by Kathleen Aton-Osias

Short Story for Children[edit]

  • 1st: Marvino's League of Superheroes by Nadeth Rae E Rival
  • 2nd: The Magic Bahag by Cheeno Marlo Sayuno
  • 3rd: A Thousand of Paper Cranes by Patricia Marie Grace S Gomez

Full-Length Play[edit]

  • 1st: End of the Gallows by Jay M Crisostomo IV
  • 2nd: The Son of Ashes by Mario L Mendez Jr
  • 3rd: Collection by Floy C Quintos

One-Act Play[edit]

  • 1st: Blue Eyes, Allan B Lopez
  • 2nd: Debrief by Lystra Aranal
  • 3rd: Call of Duty by Danilo Nino Calalang

Poetry[edit]

  • 1st: Pastoral and Other Poems by Mikael de Lara Co
  • 2nd: Crown for Maria by Carlomar Arcangel Daoana
  • 3rd: Animal Experiments by Joy Anne Icayan

Regional Division[edit]

Short Story - Cebuano[edit]

  • 1st: Tubod by Jona Branzuela Bering
  • 2nd: Ang Batang Tamsi by Richel G Dorotan
  • 3rd: Padre Botox by Noel P Tuazon

Short Story - Hiligaynon[edit]

  • 1st: Si Padre Olan Kag Ang Dios by Peter Solis Nery
  • 2nd: Ulubrahon by Norman Tagudinay Darap
  • 3rd: Torbik by Alice Tan Gonzales

Short Story - Ilokano[edit]

  • 1st: NO WINNER
  • 2nd: Bagnos Payegpeg Beterano by Danilo B Antalan
  • 3rd: Ti Palimed Ni Katugangak by Gorgonia B Serrano

Kabataan Division[edit]

Kabataan Sanaysay[edit]

  • 1st: Ang Alamat Ng Batang Manunulat by Rowin C de Leon
  • 2nd: Pagkatok Ng Dumagundong Na Manok sa Umaga by Annette Irina C Tanlimco
  • 3rd: Deus Ex Machina: Sapagkat Tayo ay Bulag Pa by Rajee S Florido

Kabataan Essay[edit]

  • 1st: Hymns of the Mountains, Dreams of the Stars by Marc Christian M Lopez
  • 2nd: Panacea by Vicah Adrienne P Villanueva
  • 3rd: Manifesto of Literature by Pauline Samantha B Sagayo

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