Tuesday, April 23, 2024

SUPIL 2022: 12th Saranggola Blog Awards Fly Again with 20 New Literary Works/Videos in Filipino

SUPIL 2022: 12th Saranggola Blog Awards Fly Again with 20 New Literary Works/Videos in Filipino

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It’s an early Christmas for 18 bloggers and video content creators in Filipino with SUPIL 2022, marking the revival of the eleven-year creative writing and content creation competition Saranggola Blog Awards in cooperation with the DMCI Homes Property Advisors Unit and the Cultural Center of the Philippines. 

This is especially true for HappeningPH.com.

HappeningPH’s first recognition

HappeningPH.com received the Third Prize for Poetry for “Parabula ng mga Natatanging Nilalang” in the 12th Saranggola Blog Awards (SBA 2022) held at the Little Theater Lobby of the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

CCP Intertextual Division Head Beverly Wico Siy with HappeningPH.com.

SBA 2022, a revival of the 12-year-old bloggers’ literary and art competition established in 2010, was organized by awards’ founder Bernard “Blue” Umali of DMCI Homes and organizer Beverly Wico Siy of the CCP Intertextual Division.

This award is three-year-old HappeningPH’s first literary recognition—and first Saranggola Blog Award—and second blogging award for 2022.

In March, HappeningPH received from the Bloggers Association of the Philippines a plaque for Viral Awards 2022 Best Lifestyle Blog at the Okada Manila.

HappeningPH with Mr Nonoy Mago, a 33-year CCP employee who will be retiring soon. Photo courtesy of Blue Tengco, using Mr Mago’s amazing phone.

Saranggola Blog Awards 2022 Winners and Judges

Kwentong Pambata

  1. Si Malaya at ang Isla ng mga Hugis – Kirt John Cantara Segui
  2. Kara Karatula – Erwin Briones Aguila
  3. Ang Mahiwagang Mangkok – Riza Musico Fetalvero
    Reyna ng Pinta – Sherald Salamat

Judges:

  1. Marcel Zephaniah P Lopez
  2. Luis P Gatmaitan, MD
  3. Iza Maria Reyes

Maikling Kuwento

  1. Apoy – Danilo Ponce Ellamil, Jr.
  2. Esposa – Jerome Balonzo Vitug
    Muling Pagsilang – Erwin Briones Aguila
  3. Ang Mag-ina, Ang Ama, at ang Puno – Clark Juzzhua Capricho Locairo
    Kami’y mga Pasahero Lamang – Rommel Asuncion Pamaos

Judges:

  1. Rita T dela Cruz
  2. Charmaine Lasar
  3. Jalandoni Oliveros

Sanaysay

  1. Pagdama sa mga Saglit – Mark Anthony Serrano Salvador
  2. Sinupil na puso / Dila: Hinggil sa mga Emosyon / Salitang Hindi Nawika – Berlin Pepaño Flores
    Ang Gusto Kong Maging Tatay – Khristian Ross Partible Pimentel
  3. Kwentong Pupóy – Kheiana Ardeen Denireish Casamina Rey

Judges:

  1. Mary Deane Camua
  2. Freelance Writers’ Guild of the Philippines care of Aimee Morales
  3. Angelito Flores, Jr (not in photo)

Tula

  1. Pagbabalik-loob sa Paraon: Mga Tula – Ronald Araña Atilano
  2. Karikatura ng Kaaway: Mga Tula – Mark Andy Pedere
  3. Parabula ng mga Natatanging Nilalang – Camilo Mendoza Villanueva, Jr.

Judges:

  1. Rowena P Festin Valerio
  2. Niles Jordan D Breis
  3. Marcel Lim Milliam

Maikling Video na Pang-Social Media

  1. Supil – Aleia Marie H Anies
  2. Langit, Lupa, Impyerno – SSC Dulaang Iskolastikan
    After One Year – Ryan Vladimir Mendoza
  3. Walang Bintana sa Aming Paraiso – Ronaldo Vivo, Jr

Judges:

  1. Edgardo “Edgie” Guevarra
  2. Jill Urdaneta Singson
  3. DMCI Homes Property Advisors Unit

Twelve Years of Creating Filipino Content

Saranggola Blog Awards has been a unique venue for content creators and bloggers to craft or create social media content around a theme and submit their best creative works for a chance to be recognized and to speak up.

Through SBA, bloggers have expressed their thoughts and made their stand on national concerns like SUPIL 2022 (12th), personal aspirations like PERSONAL NA PROYEKTO 2019 (11th), issues like HIV/AIDS 2018 (10th), and classic themes like KILIG PAG-IBIG 2014 (6th).

For twelve years, SBA has produced a considerable body of prize-winning works from both their regular categories—poetry, short story, essay, and children’s story—and special categories that vary every year and recognize the potential of non-written text to express the Filipino soul.

SBA has awarded prizes for book reviews, flash fiction, and short poetic forms, as well as social media content like photographs, memes, and, for this year, short videos.

For 2023, I wish two things:

  1. For the SBA tradition continue—and continue having and discovering the likes of SUPIL 2022 Maikling Kuwento judge Charmaine Lasar, who won 1st Prize for Maikling Kuwento in SBA 2014 and the Palanca Grand Prize for the Novel TOTO O in 2015; and,
  2. For the SBA twelve-year anthology of winners to be published as a book!

Congratulations!