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Efren Abueg

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Efren Reyes Abueg (born on 3 March 1937 in Tanza, Cavite) is a well-known and recognized Filipino-language creative writer, editor, author, novelist, short story writer, essayist, fictionist, professor, textbook writer, and anthologist in the Philippines. His works appeared on magazines such as Liwayway, Bulaklak, Tagumpay, Mod, and Homelife. Abueg received his Master's degree in Filipino Language and Literature from the De La Salle University. Abueg was the author of three anthologies of stories and essays. They are Bugso ("Impetus"), Tradisyon (Kasaysayan ng Panitikan ng Pilipinas: Mula Alamat hanggang Edsa) ["Tradition (History of Literature of the Philippines: From Legend to Edsa"), and Ang Mangingisda: Mga Kuwento kay Jesus ["The Fisherman: Stories on Jesus"). Abueg authored the novels Dilim sa Umaga ("Darkness in the Morning"), Habagat sa Lupa ("Monsoon on Land"), and Dugo sa Kayumangging Lupa ("Blood on Brown Land"). of Merah Tua, a novel serialized in Liwayway magazine. He was one of the resident writers at the Bienvenido N. Santos Creative Writing Center. From 1998 to 1999, Abueg was a National Fellow for Fiction for the LIKHAAN: UP Creative Writing Center. Among the books  ( Wikipedia article )

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Date of birth
1937-03-03
Place of birth
Tanza, Cavite

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