2008 Non-Rhyming Poem Winner

Announcing the Non-Rhyming Poem winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Non-Rhyming Poem winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Non-Rhyming Poem

Winner:
Kathleen Olive Palmer
Fort Lauderdale FL

  1. LeeNetzler
    LongmontCO
  2. SybilLHolloway
    BloomsburgPA
  3. NormaJLipp
    KalispellMT
  4. SusanCalderone
    BrownsvillePA
  5. NicholasYovanovick
    HastingsMI
  6. SachikoOgawara
    Rohnert ParkCA
  7. ShirleyWindward
    Santa MonicaCA
  8. WilliamBYoung
    Chapel HillNC
  9. ChrisLord
    Ann ArborMI
  10. GeraldAWinter
    Manchester TwpNJ
  11. EdRidgley
    Phenix CityAL
  12. DallasHuth
    Santa FeNM
  13. ClairHsu Accomando
    BonitaCA
  14. MonicaLandy
    TenaflyNJ
  15. MonicaLandy
    TenaflyNJ
  16. MaryDavisBrown
    LimaOH
  17. ShakuntalaRajagopal
    AlgonquinIL
  18. LeahSchulte
    MissoulaMT
  19. CharlesSharpe
    SeattleWA
  20. KathleenOlive Palmer
    Fort LauderdaleFL
  21. NanetteDickson
    Los AngelesCA
  22. R.F.Sedlack
    SarasotaFL
  23. ChristaRFordham
    ParlinNJ
  24. ChristaRFordham
    ParlinNJ
  25. C. VictorDeloe
    RichwoodWV
  26. R.H.Peat
    AuburnCA
  27. MariaErcilla
    Los AngelesCA
  28. MariaErcilla
    Los AngelesCA
  29. JanePMorgan
    ShippensburgPA
  30. SherylLNelms
    ClydeTX
  31. AlexGotowski
    Mount JoyPA
  32. SarahLauderdale
    HuntleyIL
  33. JohnKRutenberg
    Myrtle BeachSC
  34. MargeSteinert
    Charles CityIA
  35. MarieKWood
    Sun City CenterFL
  36. NicholasYovanovich
    HastingsMI
  37. NicholasYovanovich
    HastingsMI
  38. SheilaForsyth
    IrvingtonNJ
  39. SheilaForsyth
    IrvingtonNJ
  40. KarinBradberry
    AlbuquerqueNM
  41. KarinBradberry
    AlbuquerqueNM
  42. GaryMcGregor
    HattiesburgMS
  43. GrahamKash
    CookevilleTN
  44. MarilynMitchell
    Laguna WoodsCA
  45. RobertCarlWilliams
    PittsfieldVT
  46. JadeneFelinaStevens
    HarwichMA
  47. AnneTaylor
    PortlandOR
  48. KathleenMcKinley Harris
    CharlotteVT
  49. MarleneMillion
    NoblesvilleIN
  50. RobinClair
    LafayetteIN
  51. WayneLee
    Santa FeNM
  52. JohnFBellamy
    AuroraCO
  53. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  54. GwendolynWhite
    South WindsorCT
  55. AnnabelleMoseley
    Dix HillsNY
  56. AnnabelleMoseley
    Dix HillsNY
  57. LindaKnowlton Appel
    West LinnOR
  58. SuzanneMorrone
    San JoseCA
  59. PaulIFreet
    FayettevillePA
  60. JohnCarothers
    Mays LandingNJ
  61. MatthewWanniski
    Marina del ReyCA
  62. KristoferNivens
    Grand RapidsMI
  63. AngelSKrasnegor
    CharlottesvilleVA
  64. NonnieFrenzer
    OmahaNE
  65. LisaParsons
    PortlandOR
  66. MargoJodyneDills
    SeattleWA
  67. R.H.Peat
    AuburnCA
  68. NanHunt
    Woodland HillsCA
  69. NanHunt
    Woodland HillsCA
  70. MarlaAlupoaicei
    FriscoTX
  71. JillSuzanneColeman
    HesperiaCA
  72. Mary-AliceBoulter
    Port AngelesWA
  73. MargaretKerns
    WashingtonDC
  74. GladysLHenderson
    NesconsetNY
  75. JaniceCutbush
    Ballston SpaNY
  76. Anne-MarieLegan
    HerrinIL
  77. Anne-MarieLegan
    HerrinIL
  78. Anne-MarieLegan
    HerrinIL
  79. Anne-MarieLegan
    HerrinIL
  80. StephenVincentMiller
    Laguna BeachCA
  81. CristineAGruber
    RiversideCA
  82. MarianneLock
    OxfordAL
  83. MarianneLock
    OxfordAL
  84. KimBissett
    PortlandOR
  85. MaryDowd
    YarmouthME
  86. SusannaForrester Hearn
    FranklinNC
  87. SusannaForrester Hearn
    FranklinNC
  88. LindaSimon-Wastila
    ReisterstownMD
  89. LindaSimon-Wastila
    ReisterstownMD
  90. NorbeBiroselBoettcher
    MarionIA
  91. GeorgeMeadows III
    RichmondVA
  92. N. ColwellSnell
    Salt Lake CityUT
  93. SuzanneMorrone
    San JoseCA
  94. josecaraballo
    San AntonioTX
  95. NonnieFrenzer
    OmahaNE
  96. SiennaElizabethRaimonde
    Orchard ParkNY
  97. EdwardPSchmidt
    Blue RidgeGA
  98. J. GrahamDucker
    OshawaONCanada
  99. SandraFink
    Dowling ParkFL

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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