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In 2009, Mida won a competitive grant to do doctoral research at Roehampton University, and is also in search of Ph D-level supervision at Asian-Pacific universities as she completes her dissertation.

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She was a University of the Philippines National Writing Workshop fellow in 1997, and a second place winner at the Screenplay Division of the 2001 Palanca Awards. She studied Anglo-American Literature at the University of the Philippines Diliman, and now teaches Freshman English at Diliman’s College of Arts and Letters.Therese Padilla Abonales was a fellow at the UP National Writers Workshop and the Iligan National Writers Workshop in the Philippines.Her short stories were published in literary journals in her home country.He is also the Associate for Literary Studies of the Bienvenido N. She has published four novels, a collection of short stories, five poetry books, a monograph on creative research, and scholarly essays on creative-critical production, migration, postcolonial writing and the transnational imaginary.Her awards include a Philippine National Book Award for her third novel (US title); the Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature for her poetry; and the Philippine Balagtas Award, a lifetime award for her fiction and poetry in English, Filipino and Bikol.Marj formerly worked as a Segment Producer for GMA 7.

She spends her free time reading books and graphic novels.

Abad, University Professor Emeritus of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of the Philippines (UP), is a poet, fictionist, literary critic and historian, with many honors and awards.

He obtained his Ph D in English at the University of Chicago in 1970, and continues to teach at UP where he has served as Director of the UP Creative Writing Center (now an Institute).

Apart from books and essays, he has also written and directed plays and films, and co-devised a mixed media exhibition for the 2014 Melbourne Festival.

He lives in Melbourne, where he directs, with Francesca Rendle-Short, the nonfiction Lab research group and the Wr ICE (Writers Immersion and Cultural Exchange) Program at RMIT University.

Two of her short stories have also been aired on the BBC World Service.