Talaang Ginto

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Talaang Ginto
Awarded for Excellence in Filipino poetry
Country Philippines
First awarded 1963

The Talaang Ginto[1] (Filipino, "Golden List"), also known as Talaang Ginto: Gawad Surian sa Tula Gantimpalang Tamayo ("Golden List: Institute Award-Tamayo Prize"), is a sought-after annual literary award in Philippine poetry. The Talaang Ginto is perhaps the longest-running state-run literary contest, began in 1963 by the then Surian ng Wikang Pambansa (Institute of National Language). The Surian was later replaced by the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino[2] in 1991. The Commission organizes the contest at present.

History[edit]

For 25 years, since 1984, the contest was supported by the Jorge Collantes Foundation, which gave the award its other name, Gantimpalang Collantes or Collantes Prize.[3] In 2009, the Tamayo Foundation took over and the award was renamed Gantimpalang Tamayo or Tamayo Prize.

The Talaang Ginto annually gives six awards for poetry in Filipino; three major prizes and three honorable mentions. The recipient of the first prize is automatically proclaimed Makata ng Taon or "Poet of the Year", and delivers a valedictory response during the awarding ceremonies.

The Talaang Ginto is held every April 2, in celebration of the birth of the Philippines' foremost poet, Francisco Balagtas.

Makata ng Taon honorees[edit]

  • 2018

Christian Jil R. Benitez

  • 2017

Aldrin P. Pentero

  • 2016

Mark Anthony S. Angeles

  • 2015

Christian Ray P. Pilares

  • 2014

Ezzard R. Gilbang

  • 2013

Joselito Delos Reyes

  • 2012

Alvin C. Ursua

  • 2011

Louie Jon Agustin Sanchez

  • 2010

David Michael M. San Juan

  • 2009

Louie Jon Agustin Sanchez

  • 2008

Ruel Molina Aguila

  • 2007

Genero Gojo Cruz

  • 2006

Louie Jon Agustin Sanchez

  • 2005

Jerry B. Gracio

  • 2004

Genaro Gojo Cruz

  • 2003

Nestor A. Barco

  • 2002

Carlos Guevarra Payongayong

  • 2001

Maribel G. Bagabaldo

  • 2000

Eugene Y. Evasco

  • 1999

Tomas F. Agulto

  • 1998

Reynaldo A. Duque

  • 1997

Tomas F. Agulto

  • 1996

Ariel Dim Borlongan

  • 1995

Ariel Dim Borlongan

  • 1994

Niles D. Breis

  • 1993

Cirilo F. Bautista

  • 1992

Ruth Elynia S. Mabanglo

  • 1991

Rowena F. Festin

  • 1990

Ariel N. Valerio

  • 1989

Lilia Quindoza Santiago

  • 1988

Tomas F. Agulto

  • 1987

Fidel D. Rillo. Jr.

  • 1986

Mike L. Bigornia

  • 1985

Victor Emmanuel Carmelo Nadera

  • 1984

Virgilio S. Almario

  • 1983

Flor Condino Gonzales

  • 1982

Pedro L. Ricarte

  • 1981

Edmundo Libid

  • 1980

Lamberto E. Antonio

  • 1979

Jesus Manuel Santiago

  • 1978

Jesus Manuel Santiago

  • 1977

Galeny G. Topacio Manalaysay

  • 1976

Teo T. Antonio

  • 1975

Romulo A. Sandoval

  • 1974

Isaias Villaflores

  • 1973

Aurelio G. Angeles

  • 1972

(no Poet of the Year proclaimed)

  • 1971

Ramon H. Belen

  • 1970

(no contest held)

  • 1969

Rogelio G. Mangahas

  • 1968

Victor S. Fernandez

  • 1967

Celestino M. Vega

  • 1966

Federico Licsi Espino

  • 1965

Vict. V. dela Cruz

  • 1964

Teo S. Baylen

  • 1963

Bienvenido A. Ramos[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mga Tuntunin ng Talaang Ginto 2008 sa wika.pbworks.com
  2. ^ Tungkol sa Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino sa KWF Website
  3. ^ Ferrer, Jesus E., patnugotn. Talaang Ginto: Gawad Surian sa Tula Gantimpalang Collantes (1999-2006). Manila: Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino, 2009.
  4. ^ http://wika.pbworks.com/f/MGA+MAKATA+NG+TAON.pdf