Edmundo Farolan

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Filipino Canadian author Edmundo Farolán started winning literary awards as a young writer-scholar while studying philosophy and letters in Madrid in the 1960s. He taught English, Spanish, and Media in various universities, including Webster University Thailand, University of Silesia (Czech Republic), Dalian University (China), University of Toronto and Corpus Christi College.

Farolan obtained his bachelor's degree from Ateneo de Manila University, Licenciatura (Cand.) from the Universidad Central de Madrid, a master's degree in Hispanic Studies from the University of Toronto and a Ph.D in Speech Communication from Bowling Green State University . He has acted professionally and directed for the Vancouver Actors' Theater and the Vancouver Experimental Theatre. He is the founding editor of an arts and entertainment e-zine, ReviewVancouver,[1] and Revista Filipina[2] He is the recipient of the Premio Zobel in 1982, the Philippines' highest literary honor given to Filipinos writing in Spanish. As a leading authority in Spanish literature and language, he is a senior correspondent for the Real Academia de la Lengua Española in the Philippines. He has published several books of poetry, anthologies, textbooks and translations. He was published in Reflexiones Sobre el Primer Congreso Internacional de la Lengua Española as well as other books and articles in Spanish and English.

From 2002 to 2012, he lectured at the Université de Bretagne Occidentale (France), Ateneo Obrero de Gijón (Spain), University of Oulu (Finland), TU Dresden (Germany), Donetsk Academy (Ukraine), la Universidad Catolica del Norte (Chile), Thompson Rivers University and Royal Roads University.

Works[edit]

  • Lluvias Filipinas (1967)
  • The Rhythm of Despair (1974)
  • Gramatica y Practica (1979)
  • Don Segundo Sombra: traduccion tagala (1979)
  • Literatura filhispana: una antologia (1980)
  • Espanol para universitarios filipinos (1981)
  • Tercera Primavera (1981)
  • Oh Canada (1994)
  • 2000 versos (2000)
  • Media and Culture (2003)
  • Religions and Intercultural Reciprocity (2004)
  • Intercultural Communication (2005)
  • Itinerancias (2006)
  • 64 Solitudes (2008)
  • Love, Travels and other Memoirs of a Filipino Writer (2009)
  • Cuentos hispanofilipinos (2010)
  • Hexalogia Teatral (2011)
  • 24 Poems (2015)[3]
  • El diario de Frankie Aguinaldo (2016)
  • Soledades (2017)
  • Poems (2017) [4]
  • Bowling Green Chronicles 1972/73 (2017)[5]
  • Antonio Martinez Ballesteros and the Underground Theatre of Protest in Spain (2017)[6]
  • Novel: Novel II (2017)[7]
  • Johnny, Jimmy and Joey in Klamath Falls and other stories (2017)[8]
  • A Death in Tianjin and other stories (2017)[9]
  • Rizal (2017)[10]
  • Memoirs (2017)[11]

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