|Born||Efren Reyes Abueg|
3 March 1937
Tanza, Cavite, Commonwealth of the Philippines
Efren Reyes Abueg (created 3 March 1937 in Tanza, Cavite) is a well-known and recognized Filipino-language creative writer, editor, writer, novelist, short tale writer, essayist, fictionist, teacher, textbook writer, and anthologist in the Philippines. His functions appeared on mags such as for example Liwayway, Bulaklak, Tagumpay, Mod, and Homelife.
He attended Naic Elementary College in Naic, Cavite in 1950. In 1954, He completed senior high school at Arellano (General public) SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Batangas]. He graduated in 1957 from Imus Institute Junior University in Imus, Cavite with a co-employee In Arts level and graduated with the amount of Bachelor in Technology in Commerce, Main in Accounting in 1960 from Manuel L. Quezon University or college in Quiapo, Manila. He got his Experts in Arts in Vocabulary and Literature level at De La Salle University-Manila in 1987 and his PhD in Filipino and Translation Research at the University or college from the Philippines in 2000.
Abueg was the writer of 3 anthologies of tales and essays. These are Bugso ("Impetus"), Tradisyon (Kasaysayan ng Panitikan ng Pilipinas: Mula Alamat hanggang Edsa) ["Custom (Background of Literature from the Philippines: From Star to Edsa"), and Ang Mangingisda: Mga Kuwento kay Jesus ["The Fisherman: Tales on Jesus").
Abueg authored the books Dilim sa Umaga ("Darkness each day"), Habagat sa Lupa ("Monsoon on Property"), and Dugo sa Kayumangging Lupa ("Bloodstream on Brown Property"). of Merah Tua, a book cerealize in Liwayway mag. He was among the resident authors on the Bienvenido N. Santos Innovative Writing Center.
From 1998 to 1999, Abueg was a Country wide Fellow for Fiction for the LIKHAAN: UP Creative Writing Center.
Among the books Abueg edited were Mga Piling Akda ng KADIPAN ["Chosen Works of KADIPAN"] (1964), Mga Agos sa Disyerto ["Currents in the Desert"] (1965, 1974 and 1993), MANUNULAT: Mga Piling Akdang Pilipino ["WRITER: Chosen Filipino Works"] (1970), and Parnasong Tagalog ni Abadilla (1973). He was the editor of Tulay na Buhangin at iba pang mga akda ["Fine sand Bridge at additional works"].
Abueg was a vocabulary and literature teacher. From 1965 to 1972, Abueg taught in the Manuel L. Quezon University or college. From 1971 to 1972, Abueg taught in the Philippine University of Business. From 1974 to 1977, Abueg taught in the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila. From 1977 to 1978, Abueg trained in the Ateneo de Manila University or college. He was also a teacher in the De La Salle University or college.
As head of organizations
From 1984 to 1987, Abueg was the Director from the Student Magazines Office of De La Salle University. From 1986 to 1988, Abueg was the leader from the Kapisanan ng mga Propesor sa Pilipino (KAPPIL) [actually "Firm of Professors from the Filipino Vocabulary"), aswell as the leader of Linangan ng Literatura ng Pilipinas (Literary Group from the Philippines). He was also the movie director from the Philippine Folklore Culture.
Liwayway newspaper awarded Abueg four literature awards for his novels, such as for example in 1964, 1965, and 1967.
Short story writing
Abueg have been a receiver of honours for his brief stories. The acknowledgement included six Carlos Palanca Memorial Honours, specifically in 1959, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1967, and 1974. In 1957, Abueg received the 1st prize for brief tale from KADIPAN. In 1969, he received the Pang-alaalang Gawad Balagtas (Balagtas Memorial Honor). In 1969, the Philippines Free of charge Press gave him another prize for any Filipino-language short tale. In 1992, Abueg received the Mangangatha sa Tagalog ("Composer in Tagalog") reward from your Unyon ng mga Manunulat sa Pilipinas.
For essay composing, Abueg received the 1st prize through the KADIPAN competition in 1958.
Abueg received awards for the books he authored.
The other awards Abueg received are the Gawad Pambansang Alagad ni Balagtas as well as the Gawad Quezon sa Panitikan.
Works by Abueg
Muling Pagsilang ng Isang Pangarap (1964) Dugo sa Kayumangging Lupa (1965) Alimpuyo (1967) Dilim sa Umaga (1968) Malamig na Ningas (1968) Agaw-dilim (1969) Mga Kaluluwa sa Kumunoy (1972) Mister Mo, Lover Boy Ko (1973) Maraming Lalaki sa Mundo (1984) Huwag Mong Sakyan ang Buhawi (1985) Mga Haliging Inaanay (1987) Aawitin Ko ang Pag-ibig Mo (1992)
Si Mark in ako Ang Bagong Paraiso (1963) Ang Kamatayan ni Tiyo Samuel Mapanglaw ang Mukha ng Buwan
Gilda Olvidado Soledad Reyes