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20th Iligan National Writer's Workshop Calls for Manuscript

Posted on the 09 March 2013 by Gilnambatac @gilnambatac

20th Iligan National Writer's Workshop Calls for Manuscript

Last year's Iligan National Writers Workshop
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ANNOUNCEMENT! For those aspiring writers, the Iligan National Writers Workshop is now accepting manuscript for its 20th year. (See the announcement below lifted from the MSU-IIT main site.)
The MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology and the Mindanao Creative Writers Group are accepting manuscripts to the 20th Iligan National Writers Workshop (INWW) to be held on May 20-24, 2013 in Iligan City.
              The INWW introduces a new format this year. There are 18 slots available for writers who have attended regional writers workshops and whose works are unpublished. Six (6) INWW alumni from across the regions are welcome to send their works in progress along with a brief paper on their creative process.
             Applicants may submit five (5) poems; one, one-act play; one short fiction, and an excerpt of a novel in progress in any of these languages: Filipino, English, Cebuano, Waray, Hiligaynon, Kinaray-a, Akyanon, Chabacano, Maranao or Higaunon.
            Except for works in Filipino and in English, please provide translations of your works in either Filipino or in English. Those submitting excerpts of novels should provide a one-page summary of the novel.
           Application forms can be downloaded here or call Sittie Pasandalan (063) 2233806 or Pat Cruz at (063) 2232343.
            Keynote Speaker this year is Dr. Jose Butch Dalisay, Director of the UP Institute of Creative Writing. Deadline for entries is on March 30, 2013.
           The INWW is funded by the MSU-IIT and the National Commission for Culture and Arts (NCCA). 
This is OPEN to all interested applicants. Have the chance to be with nationally acclaimed writers and grab the opportunity to have your work presented to them.
20th Iligan National Writer's Workshop Calls for Manuscript

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