Department of English Writing Prizes

UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS:

1. ENGLISH COMPOSITION PRIZE: TBA

2. HOPTON SHORT STORY PRIZE: First prize: Tony Cook for “Dishwashing” Second prize: James Derek Mize for “A Critics Education” John F. K. Wagner for “A Vending Life”

3. ROBINSON ESSAY PRIZE: First prize: Lindsay Mitchell for “Points” Second prize: Carrie Schuber for “Redemption” Elizabeth Daniel for “Lilith”

4. SHAKESPEARE PRIZE: First prize: Katie Hartsock Honorable Mention: James Derek Mize Kimberly Moeller

5. BROWNING PRIZE: Mary E. Koch and Gayle Lynch

6. PLAYWRITING PRIZE: Brian Price for “Eponymous”

7. ELLISTON/STRAUSS/LANZIT PRIZE: First prize: Sara White Second prize: Holly Clark Third prize: Katie Hartsock Honorable Mention: Jordan Bernsmeier Lisa Butts

8. ACADEMY OF AMERICAN POETS PRIZE: First prize: Holly Clark for “Can I Tell You?” Honorable Mention: David Webb for “RCA” Jordan Bernsmeier for “Spear Fishing

9. LAFCADIO HEARN JOURNALISM PRIZE: First prize: Olivia Weiner for “The Naked Cowboy” Second prize: Kimberly Crear for “The ER of the Sky” Danny Cross for “Nate Boudin”

10. PROFESSIONAL WRITING PRIZE: Not Awarded

11. HATFIELD SHORT STORY PRIZE: First prize: Lindsay Mitchell for “Cat and Mouse” Second prize: Tony Cook for “Dishwashing” Molly Gaudry for “Monitu Moon”

12. STAPLES SENIOR HONOR THESIS: TBA

13. EDWARD MILES BROWN/CARL MILLS PRIZE FOR OUTSTANDING SENIOR: TBA

GRADUATE AWARDS

1. WESTHEIMER SHORT STORY PRIZE: First prize: Susan Carpenter Second prize: Kelcey Parker David Bell Honorable Mention: Molly McCaffrey

2. ELLlSTON/STRAUSS/LANZIT PRIZE: First prize: Cate Marvin Second prize: Sarah Perrier Third prize: Cynthia Ris Honorable Mention: Alli Hammond Bob Murdock

3. ACADEMY OF AMERICAN POETS PR1ZE: First prize: Cate Marvin for “Lying My Head Off” Honorable Mention: Hollynd Karapetkova for “For My American Lover” Cynthia Nitz Ris for “Dissolution”

4. PLAYWRITING PRIZE: Not Awarded

5. LAFCADIO HEARN JOURNALISM PRIZE: First prize: David Small for “X Marks the Spot” Second prize: Eric Lose for “Living on Ohio’s Death Row”

6. PROFESSIONAL WRITING PRIZE: TBA

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