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This profile was last updated on 11/3/05  and contains information from public web pages.

Employment History

  • Poet
    NewsDesk Chronicles
  • Writer and Journalist
    University of the Philippines
  • Poet, Journalist, Screenwriter, Translator

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board of Advisers Member
    Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
49 Total References
Web References
ABS-CBN Interactive, 3 Nov 2005 [cached]
Multi-awarded poet, screenwriter, journalist, and translator Jose F. Lacaba will be the first featured poet of the NewsDesk Chronicles: a series of cocktail and after-dinner shows that celebrate the life and works of the country's top artists and personalities in the literary, entertainment, performing arts, and political spheres. (11/4/2005 12:42:05 AM)
Rocker Perf de Castro goes classical With his long hair and cool demeanor, guitarist Perf de Castro looks every inch a rock star.He actually was a rock star and was for a time the guitarist of the popular alternative rock band Rivermaya.
Lifestyle Stories | Inquirer Lifestyle [cached]
Writer and journalist Jose "Pete" F. Lacaba is the latest recipient of the University of the Philippines' Gawad Plaridel, the UP College of Mass Communication has announced.
by National Artist for Literature Bien ..., 26 Aug 2012 [cached]
by National Artist for Literature Bien Lumbera, and poet Jose Lacaba
At the Philippines Free Press, Jose F. Lacaba said, they resigned en masse and founded a new magazine, the Asia Philippines Reader.
Aside from House Speaker Sonny Belmonte, Manuel Almario of Movement for Truth and History, writers Max Edralin and Jose Lacaba, who had all worked with Zumel at various points in their lives, younger writers such as Ina Alleco Silverio, author of Ka Bel (Crispin Beltran) biography and writer at, also spoke about Zumel. (See Ina Alleco's "What Manong means to us").
Tony Zumel @ 80 also was made more special by the rendition of songs by Cocoy Laurel, who sang Zumel's favorites, "The Impossible Dream," translated into Filipino by National Artist Bienvenido Lumbera, "La Vie En Rose," translated by Jose Lacaba, and another Filipino song, due to insistent audience demand.
Also, Jose F. Lacaba, poet, ..., 12 July 2008 [cached]
Also, Jose F. Lacaba, poet, journalist, translator and screenwriter from Philippines bagged the Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to cinema.
Journalism that Makes an Impact, 24 Aug 2011 [cached]
Jose F. Lacaba
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