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Philippine Literature during Post-Edsa Revolution
Transcript of Philippine Literature during Post-Edsa Revolution
1986 - new beginning of a new scene for Filipino writers and artists
Downfall of late President Ferdinand Marcos
Creative writing centers after Edsa maybe grouped into two.
Academic institutions- first group
Writer's Organization- second group
New Developments in Writing
Award giving bodies, annual competitions and publications
FAMOUS WRITERS AND WORKS
Nicomedes Márquez Joaquín
(May 4, 1917 – April 29, 2004)
"Bayan Ko" - written by the poet Jose Corazon de Jesus a.k.a. Huseng Batute and music was by Constancio de Guzman.
"Handog ng Pilipino sa Mundo" - composed by Jim Paredes
"Magkaisa" - Composed by senator Tito Sotto, Ernie de la Peña and Homer Flores
A Grain of Dreams - Domingo Landicho
Orapronobis - directed by Lino Brocka
OTHER LITERATURE PRODUCED
To My Native Land - Tarrosa Subido
My Father's Tragedy - Carlos Bulosan
Cadaver - Alberto S. Florentino
Air Castles - Juan F. Salazar
The Sea - Natividad Marquez
1896 - Aurelio Alvero
March of Death - Bienvenido N. Santos
Making of a Writer - Salvador P. Lopez
Dead Stars (Short Story) - Paz Marquez-Benitez
On News Papers and other Publications
Bulletin Today, The Inquirer, Malaya, People's Journal
Columnists became vocal and unrestricted
June 12, 1986
People Power - published by SJ Foundation
Bayan Ko - published by Project 28 Days LTD
March 19, 1987 - Seventh National Book Awards
February 20-28, 1988 - Book Fair
•The Quartet of the Tiger Moon: Scenes from the People Power Apocalypse (1986)
•Collected Verse (1987)
Magno "Carlo" Jose Caparas
(born December 15, 1958)
1988 Sandakot na Bala
1988 Joaquin Bordado
(born on 9 August 1957 in Cebu City, Cebu)
Huwag Mo Kaming Isumpa (1986), Pinulot Ka Lang sa Lupa (1987), Saan Nagtatago ang Pag-ibig(1987), Huwag Mong Itanong Kung Bakit (1988), Magkano ang Iyong Dangal (1988), and Babangon Ako at Dudurgin Kita (1989)