Success Story

BALIW NA PAG-IBIG (By Manger Areted)

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Lara Saguisag Wins 2006 Writing for Children Chapbook Series Award in New York

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From KUTING:

Lara Saguisag, former faculty member of the UP Diliman Department of English and Comparative Literature, won the 2006 Writing for Children Chapbook Series for her collection of poems, “Children of Two Seasons.” The chapbook will be released either in late March or early April 2007.

The 2006 Writing for Children Chapbook Series is a writing competition organized by the Writing Program of The New School, a university in Greenwich Village, New York known for its commitment to creative writing. The 75-year-old university is described as “a vital center for writing and instruction of writing.”

The Ever-present Signs

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I’m re-printing below, a slightly revised version of an article which got featured in WritersWeekly.com as a Success Story four years ago (December 17, 2002 to be exact) when I had just started freelance writing. It’s sort of my personal reply to the question, “How do I know if I’m really meant to be a writer?” It can even be applied to the perennial question, “How do I know my real purpose in life?”

Dino Manrique is the owner/publisher of FilipinoWriter.com. You may reach him at filipinowriter (at) gmail (dot) com.

How I Broke Into the World of International Freelance Writing

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Around five years ago, in 2001, after a video business with friends went bust, I was trying to come up with other ideas to generate income. I had decided to look in the field of my truest passion, writing. But how? I tried scriptwriting for TV but wasn't lucky enough to be given the opportunity. So I was looking into other types of writing for inspiration. Finally, I realized that the answer to my problem was just under my nose, just waiting to be discovered.

Dino Manrique is the owner/publisher of FilipinoWriter.com. You may reach him at filipinowriter (at) gmail (dot) com.

The Making of Reaching Destination a.k.a the true story! Spread the word!

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