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Edad Medya is the fourth collection of Filipino poems and poetic translations by Lacaba, award-winning poet, scriptwriter, journalist, editor, and translator. It includes the Internet hit entitled, "Lahat ng Hindi Ko Kailangang Malaman, Natutunan Ko sa mga Pelikulang For Adults Only" ("All I Need Not Know I Learned From Adult Movies") and another poem in English, "Promethe...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published 2000 by Anvil Publishing
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Jose Maria Flores “Pete” Lacaba, Jr. (born August 20, 1945) is a Filipino poet, journalist, and screenwriter. He is currently the executive editor of Summit Media’s YES! Magazine and a resident fellow of the U.P. Institute of Creative Writing. He has written, all by himself or with co-writers, the screenplays of award-winning Tagalog films that have been shown at various international film festivals, including Cannes, Venice and Toronto. These films include: Jaguar (1979), Angela Markado (1980),...more
Jayvie
Mga da best sa lahat ng da best.

Sa mga umaga
Sa mga gabi
Salamat
Ang ahas. Bow
Hinggil sa mga damdaming hindi makatugma
Lahat ng hindi ko kailangang malaman natutunan ko sa mga pelikulang For Adults Only
Edad medya
Panaghoy ng gurang na mangingibig
Tama
Tagulaylay ni Pablo Napurnada
Ang kahulugan ng buhay ayon kay Boy Petibugoy
Apat na pautot ni J. Alfred Puruntong

at mga bonus na :
Setyembre 1972: Kalatas sa anak
Prometheus unbound



John Levi Masuli
A much more well-tempered, composed and reflective Pete is talking about his mid-life observations. Many of the poems are full of wisdom, articulated in tongue-in-cheek fashion. Not the usual Pete I knew from Prometheus Unbound, but still a good read.
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Perhaps one of the most prolific and versatile writers of his generation, José F. Lacaba has been a journalist, poet, translator, university lecturer, screenwriter, and show business specialist. Once a student at the Ateneo de Manila University, Pete Lacaba has since received recognition from several eminent award-giving bodies such as the Manila Critics' Circle, Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA),...more
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