Thursday, March 26, 2009

dark blue southern seas 2009

I don’t know if I will be proud of this or what. Thanks to our adviser and layout artist Ian Rosales Casocot, familiar faces are smacked right on the front cover of the book. Anyway, posting this is a sign of delight—a weird, squirmy kind of delight.

After two successful years of publishing photography, visual arts, and literary works from both upcoming and established writers, the latest edition of the official literary folio of The Weekly Sillimanian will be released soon. Dark Blue Southern Seas 2009 will feature the works of the following:

Gémino H. Abad
Dean Francis Alfar
César Ruìz Aquino
Kris Dave Austero
Jan Paulo Bastareche
Lawrence Bernabe
Eliora Eunice Bernedo
F. Jordan Carnice
Ian Rosales Casocot
Darwin Chiong
Phillippe Antoni Credo
Carlomar Arcagel Daoana
Michelle Eve de Guzman
Marguerite Alcarazen de Leon
Rodrigo dela Peña
Jean Claire Dy
Mariekhan S. Edding
RV Escatron
Marvin Flores
Ralph Semino Galan
Deil Jossaine Galenzoga
Gilbert Agustin Ganir
Carlos Arsenio Teves Garcia
Christine Godinez-Ortega
Cristina Pantoja Hidalgo
Luis Joaquin Katigbak
Marie La Viña
Susan S. Lara
Gabriela Lee
Francis C. Macansantos
Katherine Macaroy
Robert Jed Malayang
Timothy R. Montes
E. P. Ortega
Ned Parfan
Myrna Peña-Reyes
Michael Regalado
Danton Remoto
Celeste June Rivera
Raszceljan Luiz Salvarita
Zakiyah Sidri
Sonia SyGaco
Ramon Yasunari Taguchi
Anthony Tan
Yvette Tan
Marianne Tapales
Mia Tijam
Rowena Tiempo Torrevillas
Janet Villa
Miguel Ybañez
Ernesto Superal Yee
Lawrence Ypil


. said...

The title itself, evokes an image of breezy, sunshiny rustic spot down south. Nice!

Bullfrog said...

It's our third edition. And my last project as a student writer. :|

Dean said...

Kudos and thanks! :)

Unknown said...

namiss ko tuloy ang TIP Voice - pub namin. Nagresign na kasi ako doon at naging bahagi ako ng literary folio namin noon na Ellipsis.

kumusta na rito? ngayon lang ulit ako napadpad hehehe

Anonymous said...

Hey are you a professional journalist? This article is very well written, as compared to most other blogs i saw today….
anyhow thanks for the good read!