Hiligaynon (magazine) - Popular Writer

Popular Writer

The birth of Hiligaynon Magazine paved way to discovering prolific Ilonggo writers like Conrado Norada, who later became governor of Iloilo, and Ramon Muzones, who also became an Iloilo city councilor. They wrote romantic novels and inspiring short stories.

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