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Ed Maranan

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Carlos Palanca Hall of Fame

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Carlos Palanca Hall of Fame

Background Information

Employment History

Multi-Awarded Poet and Writer

Philippine Embassy

Foreign Information Officer and Newsletter Editor

Philippine Embassy

Palanca Hall of Fame

Book Editor, Translator and Columnist

Philstar.com

Affiliations

Active Member
Baguio Writers Group

Web References (40 Total References)


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You are here : Filipinas Online > Bookshelf, Feature Stories > Ed Maranan's 12 New Children's Books Available from C&E Publishing

Ed Maranan's 12 New Children's Books Available from C&E Publishing Published By admin On Saturday, November 27th 2010. Under Bookshelf, Feature StoriesTags:Ed Maranan, Filipina, Filipinas, Filipinas Magazine, Filipino, filipinos, Philippines, pinay, pinays, pinoy, pinoys
Ed Maranan, a Carlos Palanca Hall of Fame writer and 3-time winner of the PBBY-Salanga Writer's Prize for children's literature, has twelve new children's books in Filipino under the imprint of C&E Publishing, one of the country's fast-rising publishers and an established book distributor. Maranan's books are the first to be published by this company under its children's literature program. The books were featured at the C&E booth during the recent Manila International Book Fair held at the SMX Mall of Asia convention center.
Maranan's twelve books, illustrated by various artists, cover a wide range of topics that would appeal to the intermediate level of young readers (grades five and six).
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Ang Wikang Filipino sa kamay ni Ed Maranan ay payak ngunit makulay, angkop na angkop sa kabataang mambabasa pero kasiyasiya pa rin sa mga maygulang nang mambabasa. Ang dahilan ay maingat na hinubog ang wika ng manunulat na nakasusong mahigpit sa tradisyon ng pampanitikang pagsusulat. Sa hanay ng mga lumilikha ng panitikang pangkabataan, matibay na huwaran si Maranan na dapat pagsumundan bilang guro ng mga naghahangad makapag-ambag sa panitikang pangkabataan.
[These stories for young readers are the creative fruit of the imaginative skills of a prize-winning writer. The Filipino language in the hands of Ed Maranan is handled simply but colorfully, and is equally accessible to children as well as an adult audience. The reason is the adept handling of language by the author, who has nurtured himself thoroughly in the traditions of creative writing. Among the ranks of today's children's writers, Maranan is one outstanding practitioner who could serve as a teacher for those wishing to contribute to children's literature.]
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Ang mga kuwentong ito ni Ed Maranan ay tumatalakay sa iba't ibang paksa at usaping nararapat lamang na maipakilala sa kabataang Pilipino sa kasalukuyan. Kabilang sa mga temang ito ang mga panganib na nakaumang sa ating kalikasan, ang mga karapatan ng katutubong Pilipino sa kanilang lupaing ninuno, ang mga paghamong kinakaharap ng kabataan sa ating masalimuot na panahon, ang patuloy na pakikibaka ng sambayanan tungo sa isang makatarungang lipunan, at ang mga pangarap ng kabataang nabubuhay sa mga nayon at lunsod ng ating nagbabagong bansa. Isang mahalagang ambag sa panitikang pangkabataan ang mga kuwento ni Maranan.
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Ed Maranan writes short stories, poems, essays and plays. He has won a record number of prizes in the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, and joined the Palanca Hall of Fame in 2000. He has been awarded the PBBY-Salanga Writer's Prize for children's literature (1989, 1990, 1991), the NCCA Writer's Prize for the English Essay (2008), the Gawad Francisco Balagtas by the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino and UMPIL (2008), the National Book Award for poetry (2007), and was also a winner in the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Free Press and Philippine Graphic magazine literary contests. He is an active member of the Baguio Writers Group, PEN Philippines, and UMPIL (Unyon ng Mga Manunulat sa Pilipinas). He served as Foreign Information Officer and newsletter editor of the Philippine Embassy in London from 1993 to 2006, and actively participated in events and projects involving the Filipino community in the UK and Ireland. Before joining the Philippine foreign service, he taught Political Science (1970-1972) and graduate courses in Philippine Studies (1979-1992) at the University of the Philippines.
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News Items

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Ed Maranan, Foreign Information Officer of the Philippine Embassy in London from 1993 to 2006, has come out with his latest book, A Taste of Home: Pinoy Expats and Food Memories.


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By Ed Maranan

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Ed Maranan is a multi-awarded poet and writer who toils for the Philippine Embassy in London.


The Philippine Reporter - Features

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By Ed Maranan Exclusive to The Philippine Reporter (Ed Maranan is a poet, fictionist, playwright, essayist, writer of children's stories and poems, book editor, translator, and columnist for The Philippine Star. His published works include more than twenty children's books, four books of poetry, and anthologized stories and essays. He has won some fifty literary ?

Posted 2 years ago by hermie
Visualizing the plight of the Philippine Indigenous People
The Country in the Heart By Ed Maranan The National Indigenous People's Month in the Philippines, which is October, passed with hardly a milestone achieved in the age-old struggle to uplift the lives of millions of these descendants of the original inhabitants of our archipelago.


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You are here : Filipinas Online > Bookshelf, Feature Stories > Ed Maranan's 12 New Children's Books Available from C&E Publishing

Ed Maranan's 12 New Children's Books Available from C&E Publishing Published By admin On Saturday, November 27th 2010. Under Bookshelf, Feature StoriesTags:Ed Maranan, Filipina, Filipinas, Filipinas Magazine, Filipino, filipinos, Philippines, pinay, pinays, pinoy, pinoys
Ed Maranan, a Carlos Palanca Hall of Fame writer and 3-time winner of the PBBY-Salanga Writer's Prize for children's literature, has twelve new children's books in Filipino under the imprint of C&E Publishing, one of the country's fast-rising publishers and an established book distributor. Maranan's books are the first to be published by this company under its children's literature program. The books were featured at the C&E booth during the recent Manila International Book Fair held at the SMX Mall of Asia convention center.
Maranan's twelve books, illustrated by various artists, cover a wide range of topics that would appeal to the intermediate level of young readers (grades five and six).
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Ang Wikang Filipino sa kamay ni Ed Maranan ay payak ngunit makulay, angkop na angkop sa kabataang mambabasa pero kasiyasiya pa rin sa mga maygulang nang mambabasa. Ang dahilan ay maingat na hinubog ang wika ng manunulat na nakasusong mahigpit sa tradisyon ng pampanitikang pagsusulat. Sa hanay ng mga lumilikha ng panitikang pangkabataan, matibay na huwaran si Maranan na dapat pagsumundan bilang guro ng mga naghahangad makapag-ambag sa panitikang pangkabataan.
[These stories for young readers are the creative fruit of the imaginative skills of a prize-winning writer. The Filipino language in the hands of Ed Maranan is handled simply but colorfully, and is equally accessible to children as well as an adult audience. The reason is the adept handling of language by the author, who has nurtured himself thoroughly in the traditions of creative writing. Among the ranks of today's children's writers, Maranan is one outstanding practitioner who could serve as a teacher for those wishing to contribute to children's literature.]
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Ang mga kuwentong ito ni Ed Maranan ay tumatalakay sa iba't ibang paksa at usaping nararapat lamang na maipakilala sa kabataang Pilipino sa kasalukuyan. Kabilang sa mga temang ito ang mga panganib na nakaumang sa ating kalikasan, ang mga karapatan ng katutubong Pilipino sa kanilang lupaing ninuno, ang mga paghamong kinakaharap ng kabataan sa ating masalimuot na panahon, ang patuloy na pakikibaka ng sambayanan tungo sa isang makatarungang lipunan, at ang mga pangarap ng kabataang nabubuhay sa mga nayon at lunsod ng ating nagbabagong bansa. Isang mahalagang ambag sa panitikang pangkabataan ang mga kuwento ni Maranan.
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Ed Maranan writes short stories, poems, essays and plays. He has won a record number of prizes in the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, and joined the Palanca Hall of Fame in 2000. He has been awarded the PBBY-Salanga Writer's Prize for children's literature (1989, 1990, 1991), the NCCA Writer's Prize for the English Essay (2008), the Gawad Francisco Balagtas by the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino and UMPIL (2008), the National Book Award for poetry (2007), and was also a winner in the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Free Press and Philippine Graphic magazine literary contests. He is an active member of the Baguio Writers Group, PEN Philippines, and UMPIL (Unyon ng Mga Manunulat sa Pilipinas). He served as Foreign Information Officer and newsletter editor of the Philippine Embassy in London from 1993 to 2006, and actively participated in events and projects involving the Filipino community in the UK and Ireland. Before joining the Philippine foreign service, he taught Political Science (1970-1972) and graduate courses in Philippine Studies (1979-1992) at the University of the Philippines.
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Ed Maranan's 12 New Children's Books Available from C&E Publishing

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