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TJ Dimacali is a Filipino science fiction writer and science journalist. He was born on April 17, 1980 in Filipino. He is 40 years old. Dimacali is best known for his science fiction works, which have been published in various magazines and anthologies. He has also written for various science and technology publications, including the Philippine Daily Inquirer and the Philippine Star. Dimacali has won several awards for his writing, including the Palanca Award for Literature in 2006 and the National Book Award for Science Fiction in 2008. Dimacali is currently working on a novel, which is expected to be released in 2021. He is also a member of the Philippine Science Fiction Writers Association. Dimacali's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million. He has earned most of his wealth from his writing career.
|Timothy James M. Dimacali
|Journalist, Science Fiction Writer
|43 years old
|17 April, 1980
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TJ Dimacali Net Worth
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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On January 20, 2020, the assistant city prosecutor of Iligan City, Shirly Parmisana-Bisnar, dismissed the case, noting that the sexual act “was voluntary on the part of the complainant, taking into consideration the manner and circumstances surrounding the incident."
As a journalist, Dimacali served as Science and Technology Editor for GMA News and Public Affairs’s online portal GMA News Online, which earned him recognition from the Philippines' Department of Science and Technology, which named him one of the awardees of the Gawad Scriba Award for Science Communicators in 2013. He left the post after receiving a Fulbright scholarship to MIT in 2017.
On August 2019, TJ Dimacali has been embroiled in a sexual assault controversy involving himself and a fellow of the 2019 Iligan Writer's Workshop, in which Dimacali was a guest speaker.
Social media posts hinting at sexual misconduct in national writing workshops started circulating in early August, with some Twitter users naming Dimacali and others from the writing and film community. The alleged victim released a statement through social media on August 5, detailing her recollection of the events. Dimacali has maintained his innocence regarding the controversy, both through public social media posts, and through an affidavit he submitted to the Commission on Human Rights on August 21, 2019, containing his own recollection of events.
Investigations into the incident were launched on August 9, 2019 by the Philippines' Commission on Human Rights, and by the Mindanao State University Iligan Institute of Technology as announced in a statement on August 16, 2019.
In July 2013, the Philippine Department of Science and Technology (DOST), which awarded Dimacali with a DOST Gawad Scriba Award for Science Communicators in July 2013.
In 2010 he also contributed the story "Keeper of My Sky" to Volume 5 of Philippine Speculative Fiction, which by then was being edited by Nikki Alfar and Vincent Simbulan. In 2014, the same story was optioned Paolo Chikiamco's Mythology-oriented anthology "Alternative Alamat: Stories Inspired by Philippine Mythology". In 2012, Dimacali was also selected as a Fellow for Fiction at the Silliman University National Writers Workshop, held at Silliman University in Dumaguete City.
In 2009 he was chosen to be a Fellow for English Fiction at the Iligan National Writers' Workshop, held at Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology in Iligan City.
When GMA News and Public Affairs launched its online presence in the form of GMA News Online in 2009, Dimacali became the portal's online community manager. In 2010, GMA News Online created the post of Science and Technology Editor, and asked Dimacali to come on board. Under Dimacali, GMA News Online became noted for its coverage of basic science stories–in contrast to most Philippine news venues, whose science and technology coverage has thus far either tended to focus on consumer technology, or relegated to special sections that only get published occasionally.
Timothy James M. Dimacali, (born April 17, 1980) better known as TJ Dimacali, is a Filipino science fiction writer and a science journalist. He is the first Filipino and first Fulbright scholar to attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Graduate Program in Science Writing. He is also a science education advocate.