By: Gregorio C. Brillantes From the upstairs veranda, Dr. Lazaro had a view of stars, the country darkness, the lights on the distant highway at the edge of town. The phonograph in the sala played Chopin – like a vast sorrow controlled, made familiar, he had wont to think. But as he sat there,
The works created by these authors cited below have in one way or another touched and influenced the lives of every Filipino people. It was made possible through their works to reflect the real condition, beliefs, character, and in general, the culture of the Filipino nation. Furthermore, their works have brought glory and honor to
Behind the Man By YDR Sometimes it is better to pretend that we are not affected by what’s happening around us than be hurt with the truth it brings on us. This morning he will open the shop and spend most of his time talking to customers with his life’ s adventure as well as
Juan Tamad Juan Tamad is written by anonymous but it has so many versions made by various Filipino short story authors. Juan Tamad is a story of laziness. His laziness makes him stupid to the point that the story becomes comedic. The most common situation that Juan Tamad is known comes in a guava story.
The first short story is entitled Graveyard Shift, and is written by Rachel Salud Rachel Salud is currently a senior student at UST, AB Journalism. This Short story was published in the Philippines Graphic Magazine last July 5, 2010. Graveyard Shift By Rachel P. Salud (Published in the Philippines Graphic magazine, July 5, 2010, Vol.
Ni John E. Barrios (Unang nalathala sa orihinal na Akeanon sa Engkanta(w)o ag iba pang matag-ud nga Istorya (Manila: National Commission for Culture and the Arts, 2005); ang salin na ito ay bahagi ng aklat na Engkanta(w)o at iba pang maikling kuwento (Iloilo City: Invictus-Imprenta Igbaong, 2009) Kung panalo ay ganito ang mangyayari… Maaga pa’y
para mahuli ang pinakamalaking isda sa dagat kailangan ng lalong matibay at mahabang pisi para sa iyong pamingwit. kailangang matyaga ka’t matalas ang pakiramdam para sa tuwing kakagat sa pain ang isda ay alam mo kung kailan dapat itataas ang pamingwit para hindi masayang ang pagkakataon. mainam din kung magdadala ka ng sapat na pain
Ang unang storya ay isinulat ni Che Sarigumba Si Che Sarigumba ay isang correspondent sa Dateline Philippines (Online news bureau). Bukod roon ay nagsusulat din siya ng mga samut-saring artikulo hingil sa mga pangyayaring sa ating bansa, mapamalaki man yan o maliit. Isang daan upang maliwanagan ang mga isyu na bumabalot sa kababaihan, kabataan at
This website is one of the websites that publishes and promotes Filipino short stories. It helps not just professional writers but also students to have an easy access to Filipino short stories. Filipino writers and students are more comfortable to research online rather than in libraries, because nowadays, libraries are so crowded and the materials
The first Filipino short story to be posted is written by Jermafe Kae Angelo She is a student from the University of the Philippines, Mindanao, taking up a Bachelor of Arts in English major in Creative Writing. Let us read her short story and feel free to comment on it. Goodbye for a Godchild’s Mother