2008 Children's/YA Fiction Winner

Announcing the Children's/YA Fiction winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Children's/YA Fiction winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Children's/YA Fiction Winners

Winner:
Tom Clark
LovelandOH

  1. SarahTregay
    EagleID
  2. TamaraRWhite
    WilliamsburgVA
  3. LoriStraub
    Mount PleasantSC
  4. PattiJ.Kurtz
    MinotND
  5. SusanHarrison
    Great FallsMT
  6. StacyMcAnulty
    KernersvilleNC
  7. BevGoodman
    ScarboroughONCanada
  8. SharonDexter
    Lake GenevaWI
  9. JessicaSaigh
    Saint LouisMO
  10. BonnieTerry
    SheridanAR
  11. DonnaM.McDine
    TappanNY
  12. KathleenCherry
    KitimatBCCanada
  13. BrianRock
    ChesterfieldVA
  14. SamuelFerguson
    OremUT
  15. WendiRichards
    FairfieldME
  16. NancyEllenHird
    HaywardCA
  17. SandySteers
    FawnskinCA
  18. KathleenCherry
    KitimatBCCanada
  19. BenBaskin
    ClevelandOH
  20. JeanReagan
    Salt Lake CityUT
  21. JudyIrvinKuns
    SanduskyOH
  22. LoisAvrick
    Delray BeachFL
  23. ChristinaStruyk-Bonn
    PortlandOR
  24. ChelenaBlount
    CharlotteNC
  25. DawnMalone
    ChenoaIL
  26. MarthaCobbHeneisen
    RomeGA
  27. ArielHoffman
    NoviMI
  28. AlanDruckman
    SeafordNY
  29. LaurieAlloway
    San DiegoCA
  30. LauraAyo
    KnoxvilleTN
  31. PatriciaJackson
    CentennialCO
  32. GregoryStephenFields
    Fort LauderdaleFL
  33. GregoryStephenFields
    Fort LauderdaleFL
  34. ElizabethA.Roberts
    DenverCO
  35. GailL.Vannelli
    Thousand OaksCA
  36. KarenSchulz
    StillwaterMN
  37. TomSalyers
    GreenfieldOH
  38. KimberlyDana
    Culver CityCA
  39. DebraSayble-Thornbrugh
    OceansideCA
  40. JanetSchultz
    Saint PeterMN
  41. ColleenM.Story
    Idaho FallsID
  42. KarenBeaumont
    CapitolaCA
  43. NancyCarney
    PuebloCO
  44. KathrynCryan
    GlastonburyCT
  45. JessicaSchaub
    LansingMI
  46. KathrynCryan
    GlastonburyCT
  47. JessicaSchaub
    LansingMI
  48. SuzanneMorrone
    San JoseCA
  49. LaurieAlloway
    San DiegoCA
  50. MichaelHager
    VenturaCA
  51. M. J.Smith
    ScottsdaleAZ
  52. TracyA.Gentry
    FairviewMO
  53. JudyCrowder
    Morehead CityNC
  54. JeffKirkendall
    Chino ValleyAZ
  55. KimberlyDana
    Culver CityCA
  56. TimO'Hara
    Elk GroveCA
  57. JaclynJaeger
    DanversMA
  58. ChristinaSteiner
    Simi ValleyCA
  59. ChelenaBlount
    CharlotteNC
  60. BartOxley
    BelmontCA
  61. LouDiGiuseppe
    SyracuseNY
  62. DorothyForman, OSF/T
    TiffinOH
  63. FrancescaSagala
    New BuffaloMI
  64. JonasRoberts
    HartfordCT
  65. ErinE.Calicic
    MurrysvillePA
  66. JeanReagan
    Salt Lake CityUT
  67. PatriciaR.Cardarelli
    LorainOH
  68. BobbiPorter
    AnchorageAK
  69. TatianaLos Reed
    TrentonNJ
  70. LisaCarpenter
    Colorado SpringsCO
  71. EugeneOrlando
    SeffnerFL
  72. SheriDillard
    AtlantaGA
  73. RoshaundaD.Cade
    University CityMO
  74. KimLippert
    PaicinesCA
  75. GailL.Vannelli
    Thousand OaksCA
  76. Syrl AnnKazlo
    Fort AnnNY
  77. DeniseL.Ungerman
    FeastervillePA
  78. EugeneOrlando
    SeffnerFL
  79. RichellePipho-Holle
    OskaloosaIA
  80. LindaM.Pickett
    KalamazooMI
  81. NancyShelton
    SpringfieldMO
  82. DanielFonder
    North BrunswickNJ
  83. LoriAnastasia
    North AttleboroMA
  84. CarlaRichardson
    Roanoke RapidsNC
  85. JaniceLevy
    MerrickNY
  86. S. A.Harris
    EurekaMO
  87. DeborahMelnik
    AthensGA
  88. RoseNelson
    GreenvilleNC
  89. DonnaYarbroughGandy
    TylerTX
  90. DonnaYarbroughGandy
    TylerTX
  91. VirginiaWilson
    Trout LakeMI
  92. JessicaSaigh
    Saint LouisMO
  93. JohnM.Scanlan
    Hilton Head IslandSC
  94. AllysonDeniseWalker
    FairfaxVA
  95. AllysonDeniseWalker
    FairfaxVA
  96. M. P.Liebchen
    AltavistaVA
  97. KatieBrown
    San GabrielCA
  98. KeithR.Smith
    BrawleyCA
  99. FredPhilipson
    GilbertAZ

Click on the category name below to see the top 100 winners in each area:

Grand Prize Winner
Children's/YA Fiction
Feature Article
Genre Short Story
Inspirational
Mainstream Fiction
Nonrhyming Poetry
Memoir/Personal Essay
Rhyming Poetry
Stageplay
Screenplay

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