Andrés Cristóbal Cruz

Andrés Cristóbal Cruz


Born
in Dagupan City, Pangasinan, Philippines
November 30, 1929

Died
January 05, 2004


An alumnus of the UP College of Arts and Science, Cruz—together with other literary giants like Virginia Moreno and Alexander Hufana—formed the legendary writers group, The Ravens, in 1951.

In 1962, Cruz was Ten Outstanding Young Men awardee for Literature. His books and translations include Ang Tondo Man May Langit Din, Ulilang Pangarap and Ang Lahat ay Magkakapatid.

Cruz also wrote columns for Malaya, Philippine Post, Metronews, and Isyu.

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