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Winners Circle II !

We’re more than pleased to announce that our judges for the 2012 Betsy Sholl Award, Professor Shelton Waldrep and Professor Nancy Gish have make their selections.

Congratulations to David Sloan, for his poem “Bad Math.”

The winner of the 2012 Andre Dubus Award, judged by Lily King is

Karyn Lie-Nielsen, for her short story “When The Iron Is Hot.”

Congratulations to both our winners for their exemplary work!

The 2012 Contests Are Here!

We just updated our contest pages today, so have a look at them –

The Andre Dubus Award 2012        The Betsy Sholl Award 2012

Lily King has generously donated her time to judging The Andre Dubus Award this year.

The Betsy Sholl Award will be judged by the University of Southern Maine’s Professors Nancy Gish and Shelton Waldrep.

Winners receive publication, the opportunity to read at our Spring release party, and prize money relative to the pages of their entry. Time’s ticking away, so click the links and submit your work!

Congratulations are in order…

Here are your Words & Images 2011 contest winners – Congratulations to them for their outstanding work.

Christina Murphy, “Ringing True”
Andre Dubus Award, Judged by Dan Domench

Melissa Crowe, “This River”
Betsy Sholl Award, Judged by Adrian Blevins

Megan E. Jackson, “Shrinking Side Effects”
Words & Images/ Student Performing Artists Award, Judged by Meghan Brodie

Lisa Purinton, “Untitled”
Kate Cheney Chappell ’83 Center for the Book Arts Prize, Judged by Sissy Beck

Gerald George, “Hymn to Hope and Jolly Liberation”
Maine Senior College Network Poet Laureate, Judged by Tamarah Smith and Jonathan Wilson

That’s a whopping five award winning pieces selected to be in this years journal; Two poems, one short fiction piece, one ten minute play and one piece of book art!

Did you know…

…that we’re offering two awards for this years upcoming journal? You do now!

We’re reprising The Andre Dubus Award in Short Fiction this year. Information can be found here.

We’re introducing The Betsy Sholl Award in Poetry as well. Information can be found here.

Submissions for both awards close on December 31, 2010.
We look forward to seeing your submissions!