2009 Stage Play Script Winners

Announcing the Stage Play Script winners of the 78th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
Author:
Publish date:

Announcing the Stage Play Script winners of the 78th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Stage Play Script Winners

Winner:
CarriePrintz
DenverCO

  1. SharilynnLa May
    SummerfieldFL
  2. MervynKaufman
    New YorkNY
  3. ValerieStasik
    Santa FeNM
  4. BobWilson
    PhoenixAZ
  5. GeorgeTaylor
    BeavertonOR
  6. CharleeBrown
    LivingstonTX
  7. DeanStewart
    San FernandoCA
  8. GeorgeTaylor
    BeavertonOR
  9. JerryNewman
    MurrietaCA
  10. JacquelineLittle
    MatthewsNC
  11. La'ChrisJordan
    SeattleWA
  12. DouglasHuff
    Saint PeterMN
  13. Russell Allen
    RichmondVA
  14. ChristopherMorse
    IdyllwildCA
  15. JeffreyJackson
    Far HillsNJ
  16. MelanieFaulknor
    EdmontonAlbertaCanada
  17. DebraBorchert
    IssaquahWA
  18. HenryFeldman
    HoustonTX
  19. KathleenMcLaughlin
    La MesaCA
  20. LeighHunt
    Gig HarborWA
  21. LynneKaufman
    San FranciscoCA
  22. CarriePrintz
    DenverCO
  23. RobertLynn
    DubuqueIA
  24. AlyssaLord
    CollegevillePA
  25. James M. Doumas
    Port OrangeFL
  26. BobWilson
    PhoenixAZ
  27. JewelSeehaus-Fisher
    Highland ParkNJ
  28. RobertGately
    BethlehemPA
  29. BobWilson
    PhoenixAZ
  30. CatherineA.Accardi,Sandra K. NicholsConstance C. O'Connell
    Walnut CreekCA
  31. MarilynDuarte
    TorontoOntarioCanada
  32. DougBaldwin
    PortlandOR
  33. La'ChrisJordan
    SeattleWA
  34. DonOrwald
    GranburyTX
  35. BarryWolcott
    BakersfieldCA
  36. RobertGately
    BethlehemPA
  37. Carl L.Williams
    HoustonTX
  38. Rory JThompson
    West ReddingCT
  39. DavidAllyn
    WeehawkenNJ
  40. MR.SAMUEL ERNEST ANSAHASARE
    accraOtherGhana
  41. DaphneMintz
    NorcrossGA
  42. DonOrwald
    GranburyTX
  43. GinaWoodring
    New CantonVA
  44. EvanGulford-Blake
    Stone MountainGA
  45. DougStone
    BrooklynNY
  46. DonOrwald
    GranburyTX
  47. ChristopherM.Acosta
    MarionMS
  48. KathleenMcLaughlin
    La MesaCA
  49. WalterThinnes
    New YorkNY
  50. TanisGalik
    TehachapiCA
  51. Carl L.Williams
    HoustonTX
  52. Carlton DBaker II
    New YorkNY
  53. James AMarzo
    WilliamsvilleNY
  54. NuQuang
    SeattleWA
  55. LeighHunt
    Gig HarborWA
  56. ChristopherCoey
    LexingtonSC
  57. PatRenshaw
    KerrvilleTX
  58. BarbaraTylla
    RacineWI
  59. Sue AnnCulp
    ZeelandMI
  60. Marcia RRudin
    SanibelFL
  61. S.M.WHollenbeck
    SeattleWA
  62. JudithJ.Slater
    TamaracFL
  63. SarahSego
    BridgeportCT
  64. MaryaSmith
    ElizabethIL
  65. MarthaHumphreys
    HuntsvilleAL
  66. ArtKramer
    TucsonAZ
  67. Rose-MaryHarrington
    AshlandOR
  68. CarolynBolivar, Ph.D
    BirminghamAL
  69. BobWilson
    PhoenixAZ
  70. MartinMannion
    BelmarNJ
  71. SamanthaDrake
    BerkeleyCA
  72. Anne Kern
    EugeneOR
  73. DonOrwald
    GranburyTX
  74. ChadRohrback
    ChicagoIL
  75. DonOrwald
    GranburyTX
  76. BarrieKreinik
    New YorkNY
  77. TommacinaBell
    KatyTX
  78. JoeMolnar
    BrooklynNY
  79. IrvingMetzman
    New YorkNY
  80. PetePeterson
    EugeneOR
  81. LouisStandish
    AstoriaNY
  82. MervynKaufman
    New YorkNY
  83. EdwardCastle
    HollywoodFL
  84. Augustus M.Cileone
    ConshohockenPA
  85. DonOrwald
    GranburyTX
  86. James L.Gossard
    Ellicott CityMD
  87. DonOrwald
    GranburyTX
  88. StefanieSteel
    BrooklynNY
  89. DrDerrickHurlin
    PretoriaOtherSouth Africa
  90. WilliamGilmore
    TampaFL
  91. YvonneAdalian
    Vancouver BC.BCCanada
  92. CandyMcKinney
    SibleyMO
  93. MCJohnson
    DPOAE
  94. EugeneOrlando
    SeffnerFL
  95. Michael L. Job
    San FranciscoCA
  96. VivianTolliver
    Mays LandingNJ
  97. RillaAngus
    EverettWA
  98. kathrynmurdock
    el granadaCA
  99. RobertWeesner
    ColumbusOH


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

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

This article appeared in the November/December issue of Writer's Digest.Click here to order your copy in print. If you prefer a digital download of the issue, click here.

Image placeholder title



Where Are the Toxic Families in Children's Books?

Where Are the Toxic Families in Children's Books?

Christina Wyman discusses how for children who suffer difficult family dynamics, seeing their experiences reflected in books is few and far between.

the island

The Island

Every writer needs a little inspiration once in a while. For today's prompt, build yourself an island.

Nawaaz Ahmed: On Personal Identity in Literary Fiction

Nawaaz Ahmed: On Personal Identity in Literary Fiction

Nawaaz Ahmed discusses how his personal experiences acted as the impetus for his new book, Radiant Fugitives, and how it went from novella to novel.

Comedy vs. Comity (Grammar Rules)

Comedy vs. Comity (Grammar Rules)

There's nothing funny about learning when to use comedy and comity (OK, maybe a little humor) with Grammar Rules from the Writer's Digest editors, including a few examples of correct usages.

Shugri Said Salh: On Writing the Coming-Of-Age Story

Shugri Said Salh: On Writing the Coming-Of-Age Story

Debut author Shugri Said Salh discusses how wanting to know her mother lead her to writing her coming-of-age novel, The Last Nomad.

100 Ways to Buff Your Book

100 Ways to Buff Your Book

Does your manuscript need a little more definition, but you’re not sure where to begin? Try these 100 tips to give your words more power.

Kaia Alderson: On Internal Roadblocks and Not Giving Up

Kaia Alderson: On Internal Roadblocks and Not Giving Up

Kaia Alderson discusses how she never gave up on her story, how she worked through internal doubts, and how research lead her out of romance and into historical fiction.

writer's digest wd presents

WD Presents: Seven New Courses, Writing Prompts, and More!

This week, we’re excited to announce seven new courses, our Editorial Calendar, and more!

Crystal Wilkinson: On The Vulnerability of Memoir Writing

Crystal Wilkinson: On The Vulnerability of Memoir Writing

Kentucky’s Poet Laureate Crystal Wilkinson discusses how each project has its own process and the difference between writing fiction and her new memoir, Perfect Black.