2002 National Book Awards

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Following is the complete list of winners of the National Book Awards for the most outstanding Philippine books of 2002 (category, title of winning entry, name of author, publisher):


  • Anthology
    • Cogito Ergo Sum and Other Musings on Science, edited by Queena N. Lee Chua, Ateneo de Manila University Press.
    • From This Day Forward: Widows and Widowers Write, edited by Erlinda Enriquez Panlilio, Anvil Publishing.


  • Alfonso T. Ongpin Award for Best Book on Art
    • Jose Honorato Lozano: Filipinas 1847, by Jose Maria A. Cariño, Ars Mundi, Philippinae.


  • Biography and Autobiography
    • Memoirs of a Communist, by Jesus B. Lava, Anvil Publishing.


  • Comic Book
    • Ang Kagila-Gilalas na Pakikipagsapalaran ni ZsaZsa Zaturnnah, by Carlo Vergara, Alamat Comics, Carverhouse Creations, and Quest Ventures.


  • Cookbook and Food Writing
    • Kape: A Philippine Coffee Cookbook, by Vicky Veloso Barrera and Chit U. Juan, Anvil Publishing.


  • Drama
    • Mga Dula sa Magkakaibang Midyum, by Frank G. Rivera, UST Publishing House.


  • Editing
    • The Critical Villa: Essays in Literary Criticism, by Jose Garcia Villa, edited by Jonathan Chua, Ateneo de Manila University Press.


  • Essay
    • My Pledge of Love Cannot be Broken and Other Essays on, Alas, More Fragile and Edible Things, by Simeon Dumdum Jr., UST Publishing House.
    • Whatever: A New Collection of Later Essays, 1987-2001, by Carmen Guerrero Nakpil, Ateneo de Manila University Press.


  • Fiction
    • Smaller and Smaller Circles, by F. H. Batacan, University of the Philippines Press.
    • Testament and Other Stories, by Katrina Tuvera, Anvil Publishing.


  • Historical Essay
    • Selected Essays on the Filipino and His Problems Today/Selected Studies in Philippine Colonial History/Selected Homilies and Religious Expectations/Selected Writings of His Youth, 1927-45, by Horacio de la Costa, S.J., edited by Roberto M. Paterno, 2B3C Foundation, Philippine Province of the Society of Jesus, and Ateneo de Manila University.


  • Journalism
    • Investigating Corruption: A Do-It-Yourself Guide, edited by Sheila S. Coronel and Lorna Kalaw-Tirol, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism.


  • Law
    • Legal Write: Supreme Court Decisions as Literature; Supreme Court Decisions as Philosophy, edited by Justice Abraham F. Sarmiento; Supreme Court Decisions as History edited by Justice Camilo D. Quiason, Philippine Judiciary Foundation.


  • Poetry
    • Mesa Para sa Isa: Iba’t Ibang Tula, 1991-2001, by Elynia S. Mabanglo, UST Publishing House.
    • Samsara, by Allan Popa, Amado V. Hernandez Resource Center.


  • Social Sciences
    • Nation, Self and Citizenship: An Invitation to Philippine Sociology, by Randolf S. David, University of the Philippines.
    • Texting Selves: Cellphones and Philippine Modernity, by Raul Pertierra, Eduardo R. Ugarte, and others, De La Salle University Press.


  • Translation
    • The Tayabas Chronicles: The Early Years (1886-1907), by Ma. Concepcion Herrera Vda. de Umali, translated by Nita Umali Berthelsen, Anvil Publishing.
    • History of the Bisayan People in the Philippine Islands: Evangelization and Culture at the Contact Period, by Ignacio Francisco Alcina, S.J., Part One, Book 1, Volume 1, translated by Cantius J. Kobak, O.F.M., and Lucio Gutierrez, O.P., UST Publishing House.


  • Young Adult Literature
    • Anina ng mga Alon, by Eugene Evasco, Adarna Publishing House.


  • Design
    • Silence, by Randolf S. David and Jaime Zobel, designed by Francisco Dopy Coplon, Ayala Foundation.


  • Citations
    • Bookware Publishing Corporation
    • Books for Pleasure
    • Corazon Publishing
    • Lorimar Publishing
    • Pacyno Publishing
    • Precious Pages Corporation
    • S.G.E. Publishing
    • Universal Publishing
    • Cavite Historical Society



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