2006 Palanca Awards

The Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature winners in the year 2006 (rank, title of winning entry, name of author).__NOTOC__

English division

Short story
* First Prize: "Mahogany Water" by Socorro Villanueva
* Second Prize: "Sink or Swim" by Myrza Sison
* Third Prize: "Trips" by Ma. Celeste Flores-Coscolluela

Futuristic fiction
* First Prize: No winner
* Second Prize: "Suman" by Corinna Esperanza A. Nuqui
* Third Prize: "A Monumental Race" by Arturo Ilano

Short story for children
* First Prize: "Cut" by Ma. Celeste Flores-Coscolluela
* Second Prize: "Big Brother" by Grace Dacanay Chong
* Third Prize: "How Rosang Taba Won a Race" by Dean Francis Alfar

* First Prize: "The Highest Hiding Place" by Lawrence L. Ypil
* Second Prize: "Building a House, and other Poems" by Sid G. Hildawa
* Third Prize: "Illuminations and Sonorities" by Raymundo T. Pandan Jr.

* First Prize: "Fungibility, Dead Souls and OCWs" by Jose Edmundo O. Reyes
* Second Prize: "Hometown Stories and Footnotes to Childhood’s End" by Edgardo B. Maranan
* Third Prize: "He’d Rather be Relevant" by Martin V. Villanueva

One-Act Play
* First Prize: "Ming Ming" by Steven Prince C. Fernandez
* Second Prize: "Gabrielle" by Joachim Emilio B. Antonio
* Third Prize: "Life After Beth" by Nikki Alfar

Full-length Play
* First Prize: "The Death of Memory" by Glenn S. Mas
* Second Prize: "Chinchina and the Five Mountains" by Amelia L. Bonifacio
* Third Prize: "Ask Me Again When I’m Thirty" by Maria Clarissa Estuar

Filipino division

Short story
* First Prize: "Si Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino" by Eros S. Atalia
* Second Prize: "Langaw" by Kristian Sendon Cordero
* Third Prize: "Buwan at Lupa" by Edgardo B. Maranan

Futuristic fiction
* First Prize: "Tala-Huli/Huling Tala: Si Manong, Sa Dyip, Ang Drayber at Ako, Ako Lang Naman, Ang Kanyang Pasahero" by Michael Francis C. Andrada
* Second Prize: "De-Lata" by Enrique C. Villasis
* Third Prize: "Lunes, Alas Diyes ng Umaga" by Vladimeir B. Gonzales

Short story for children
* First Prize: "Ang Ikaklit sa Aming Hardin" by Bernadette V. Neri
* Second Prize: "Taguan-Pung" by Maynard G. Manasala
* Third Prize: "Ang Regalo ng Taong Ibon" by Allan Alberto N. Derain

* First Prize: "Sa Tanda ng Pagsisimula ng Buhay" by Rebecca T. Añonuevo
* Second Prize: "Salit-salitang mga Tula ng Pagsulyap, Pakikibaka at Paglingap" by Maria Josephine C. Barrios
* Third Prize: "Salamangka ng Santelmo" by Emmanuel V. Dumlao

* First Prize: "Batang Tundo" by Rosario Torres-Yu
* Second Prize: "Talambalay" by Elyrah L. Salanga
* Third Prize: "Alingawngaw ng mga Kuliglig, Kalansing ng mga Tansan" by Ramon M. Bernardo

One-Act Play
* First Prize: "The Palanca in My Mind" by Job A. Pagsibigan
* Second Prize: "Aba Ginoong Mag-asawa" by Joel V. Almazan
* Third Prize: "Dyip" by Christian U. Tordecillas

Full-length Play
* First Prize: "Gabriela" by Ma. Josephine C. Barrios
* Second Prize: "Teatro Porvenir" by Timothy Dacanay
* Third Prize: "’Nay Isa" by Liza Magtoto

* First Prize: "Milagroso" by Rodolfo R. Lana Jr.
* Second Prize: "Pulo" by Jose Dennis C. Teodosio
* Third Prize: "Negatibo" by Bonifacio P. Ilagan

* First Prize: "Kusina" by Cenon O. Palomares
* Second Prize: "Tribu" by Jim Diamond M. Libiran
* Third Prize: "Ang Mundo ay Iisa at Marami" by Carlos A. Arejola

Iloko Short Story

* First Prize: "Nabungon Iti Lawag" by Bernardo D. Tabbada
* Second Prize: "Tugot" by Danilo B. Antalan
* Third Prize: "Ni Ina Baket Gimma, Ti Aso, ken Ti Atang" by Arnold P. Jose

Cebuano Short Story

* First Prize: "Ang Ungo sa San Pilar" by Lamberto Ceballos
* Second Prize: "Dayaspora" by Richel G. Dorotan
* Third Prize: "Mata sa Bagyo" by Eleazar T. Acampado

Hiligaynon Short Story

* First Prize: "Duta para sa mga Iskolar sang Banwa" by Leoncio P. Deriada
* Second Prize: "Ang Kapid" by Peter S. Nery
* Third Prize: "Sagal-i" by Bryan Mari Argos

Kabataan Essay

* First Prize: "Restructuring Idealism" by Katrina G. Gomez
* Second Prize: "Home" by Ryan Edward L. Chua
* Third Prize: "Coming Home" by Hannah L. Co

Sanaysay (Filipino)
* First Prize: No winner
* Second Prize: "Ang Pangako kay Asterz" by Allan Jay. T. Allonar Jr.
* Third Prize: No winner

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