Michael M. Coroza

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Michael M. Coroza
Michael M. Coroza.jpg
BornAugust 26, 1969 (1969-08-26)
Manila
OccupationPoet, author
LanguageFilipino
Alma materUniversity of Santo Tomas
SpouseJeanette Job Coroza

Michael M. Coroza (August 26, 1969 (1969-08-26), Manila) is a Philippine writer and translator writing in the language of Filipino, S.E.A. Write Award laureate.

Short Curriculum Vitae[edit]

In 1990 he graduated from the University of Santo Tomas. He got master's degree from the Ateneo de Manila University (2001) and Ph.D. degree - in the field of Philippine literature and translation - at the University of the Philippines (2010). Currently professor of literature at the Arts Faculty of the Ateneo de Manila University. He's also the Secretary-General of the Union of Writers of the Philippines.

Creativity[edit]

He writes poetry, fiction, critical essays and is engaged in literary translation. The writer's works have been published in national and international literary magazines: Kritika Kultura, Philippine Studies, Unitas, Tomas,[1] Bulawan Journal of Arts and Culture, Daluyan, Loyola Schools Review, and the Malay Indonesian Studies. He is famous for promoting the traditional poetic genre of the Philippines "balagtasan".[2] He Has a column in a literary magazine Haraya (Imagination) and Liwayway (Dawn). He participated in international poetry readings "Kuala Lumpur-10" (2004) and the Second literary festival "Korea-ASEAN" in Jakarta (2011).

Major works[edit]

  • ASEANO: An Anthology of Poems from Southeast Asia (1995).
  • Dili’t Dilim (1997)
  • Mga Lagot na Liwanag (2001)
  • Antologi Puisi dan Kemanusiaan (2004)
  • The SEA Write Anthology of ASEAN Short Stories & Poems (2008)
  • Imbisibol Man ang Tatay (2009)
  • Ang mga Kahon ni Kalon (2010)
  • Sounds of Asia (2011)
  • Ang mga Lambing ni Lolo Ding (2012)
  • Nawawala si Muningning (2015)
  • Sa Pagtula, Ako. - Taufiq Ismail. Dengan Puisi, Aku. 1 Puisi, 80 Bahasa, 80 Tahun. Terjemahan Puisi dalam 58 Bahasa Dunia dan 22 Bahasa Daerah. Prakata Prof. Victor A. Pogadaev. Jakarta: Horison, 2015.

Awards[3][edit]

  • Don Carlos Literary Award (1991-2009 gg. - Eight times)
  • Francisco Balagtas Prize by the Committee of Philippine literature (2005)
  • S.E.A. Write Award (2007)
  • Award of Honor Ani ng Dangal by the National Committee for Culture and Arts (2009)
  • Rev. Horacio de la Costa Prize by Ateneo de Manila University (2012)

Family[edit]

Wife - Jeanette Job Coroza - Director of High School. Three children Miko Idyanale (1995), Jean Araya (1996), Miguel Bulavan (2003). Parents reside in Marikina City.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tomas. The official Literary Journal of the UST Center for Creative Writing and Studies Issue No. 3 Volume 1 April 2001
  2. ^ "Ateneo Prof Performs the Balagtasan in San Francisco, Union City, and New York, USA | Ateneo de Manila University". Archived from the original on 2013-01-28. Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  3. ^ "Michael M. Coroza | Panitikan.com.ph". Archived from the original on 2013-01-28. Retrieved 2013-01-17.