12th annual oregon quarterly northwest perspectives essay contest honorable mention, 2011 winter fiction contest, phoebe honorable mention, 2011 rick demarinis short story award, cutthroat, a journal of the arts finalist, annual prose contest, fugue finalist, 2011 national writing contest in fiction, alligator. Northwest catholic's second annual student essay contest drew entries from hundreds of students attending 43 of western washington's 74 catholic however, in my junior year of religion class, i learned that christ is made present in different ways, and my perspective on finding him changed entirely. African citizens ages 18 to 25 are invited to enter this contest the uongozi institute of african leadership for sustainable development is accepting entries for its annual leadership essay competition this year, contestants must write about their perspective on leadership as it relates to peace and. Where the crooked river rises, a collection of ellen waterston's award-winning personal and nature essays about central oregon's high desert, was published by osu press in fall 2010 she was the winner of the 2008 nw perspectives essay contest waterston's memoir, then there was no mountain,. 3rd place winner parks and points essay contest “laws of motion” (essay) nominated for a pushcart prize new millennium writings, honorable mention “ running out the clock” (essay) new millennium writings, honorable mention “ on the mountain” (essay) oregon quarterly northwest perspectives essay contest.
Janet buttenwieser's nonfiction work has appeared in potomac review, bellevue literary review, literary mama, and other places she was a finalist for the 2014 oregon quarterly northwest perspectives essay contest and won honorable mention in the atlantic 2010 student writing contest she has an. Winner of the 16th annual oregon quarterly northwest perspectives essay contest by kristianne huntsberger | illustration by irene rinaldi read other winning entries there was this time in my childhood when i was afraid of water i can't exactly point to what brought on the fear i know it wasn't always there. I have also contributed to alaska airlines magazine, shelf awareness, nw book lovers, asia by the book and oregon quarterly my cover story on melinda gates in alaska airlines beyond magazine water, water everywhere, first place winner, 16th annual oregon quarterly northwest perspectives essay contest.
“tubes” has been published in the anthology biting the bullet: essays on the courage of women from chatter house press “when the lights go out,” third place winner in the 2015 northwest perspectives essay contest “dawn in newport,” windfall: a journal of poetry of place, spring 2015 my essay, “from happy hour. Of new orleans publishing lab prize and will be published by vine leaves press in 2018 her work has been nominated for a pushcart prize, was a finalist for oregon quarterly's northwest perspectives essay contest, and won honorable mention in the atlantic student writing contest visit her at janetbuttenwiesercom.
This contest explores the insights and visions of young people about what it means to be muslim in america today whether you consider yourself muslim, or come from a muslim background, we want your perspective on these issues you don't have to be an artist or an expert – just be yourself (anonymous entries accepted. Congratulations to the following students who were selected by a panel of judges as the 2016-17 wacla high school essay contest winners: a current controversial issue in your community and explain how you think a liberal arts education would shape your understanding of that issue from different perspectives. As a person in recovery, you bring a unique perspective about substance use and/or mental health disorders your story about your personal recovery journey can transform lives in the tradition of the usa's national recovery month, we are encouraging people across the globe who are in recovery from substance use.
College essay contest 2015-16 congratulations to the following students who were selected by a panel of judges as the 2015–16 wacla college essay contest winners. A winner in oregon quarterly's 2016 northwest perspectives essay contest by drew terhune this piece caught the attention of our judge, pulitzer prize finalist karen russell, with its economy, directness, and searing honesty she writes, like the best writing, it asks more questions than it answers, and succeeds at.