2010 Magazine Feature Writing Winners

Announcing the Magazine Feature Writing winners of the 79th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition.
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Announcing the Magazine Feature Writing winners of the 79th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Magazine Feature Writing Winners


Winner:
Art Busse
Ross CA

  1. G. K. Owen
    Panama City BeachFL
  2. Greg Waxberg
    BranchburgNJ
  3. Susan Traugh
    VistaCA
  4. Marina DelVecchio
    CaryNC
  5. Suzanne Johnson
    AuburnAL
  6. Greg Waxberg
    BranchburgNJ
  7. Jana Burson
    CorneliusNC
  8. Ruth Welburn
    Sidney, British ColumbiaCanada
  9. Sylvia Forbes
    FayetteMO
  10. Louis Giamelle
    NewcastleOK
  11. Ellen Seiden
    Los AngelesCA
  12. Sandra Winicur
    South BendIN
  13. Greg Waxberg
    BranchburgNJ
  14. Jonathan Avella
    encinitasCA
  15. Mahua Das
    CalcuttaIndia
  16. Victor A. Walsh
    la JollaCA
  17. Christa Gala
    ApexNC
  18. Meredith Wargo
    HoustonTX
  19. Lori Gottula
    Falls CityNE
  20. Meredith Wargo
    HoustonTX
  21. Greg Waxberg
    BranchburgNJ
  22. Li Miao Lovett
    San FranciscoCA
  23. Kristy Stevenson
    Wake ForestNC
  24. Dinal B. Lloyd
    GermantownNY
  25. Melissa Crytzer Fry
    MammothAZ
  26. Mary Sedlmayer Keating
    PocatelloID
  27. Tom Riddolls
    NewburghCanada
  28. Linda Pohl
    WilliamsvilleNY
  29. Janice Sussman
    Boca RatonFL
  30. Sylvia Forbes
    FayetteMO
  31. Melissa Pheterson
    RochesterNY
  32. Jeanne Stark
    BerlinNJ
  33. Kathleen Wilson Shryock
    OlatheKS
  34. Nina Sordi
    West ChesterPA
  35. James Marasa
    EdmontonCanada
  36. Flora Reekstin
    LittletonCO
  37. Nela Selinskij
    Rossmoyne WAAustralia
  38. Sylvia Forbes
    FayetteMO
  39. Barbara Bardmess
    VolcanoCA
  40. Christa Gala
    ApexNC
  41. Kay Grant
    AlbuquerqueNM
  42. Julia Byerly
    Cedar RapidsIA
  43. Christa Gala
    ApexNC
  44. Sylvia Behnish
    SurreyCanada
  45. Patti Murphy
    BoiseID
  46. Lawrence E. Murphy
    LincolnNE
  47. Theresa M Jarvela
    BrainerdMN
  48. Ann Hyman
    BurbankCA
  49. Christa Gala
    ApexNC
  50. Amanda Hale
    MurfreesboroTN
  51. Julie Miller
    MosmanAustralia
  52. Julia Miles Inserro
    APO AE
  53. Joan Merriam
    Nevada CityCA
  54. Ann Hyman
    BurbankCA
  55. Kristina Day Osgood
    VINALHAVENME
  56. Julie Hammonds
    PhoenixAZ
  57. Marcia Swearingen
    HixsonTN
  58. K. Lee Martens
    Colorado SpringsCO
  59. William T. Harper
    BryanTX
  60. Clark C. Peterson
    HinckleyMN
  61. Renee Roberson
    HuntersvilleNC
  62. Eileen Gregory
    West YarmouthMA
  63. Geoffrey Gonsher
    PhoenixAZ
  64. Richard B. Gartrell
    WarrentonOR
  65. Jerrold M Peterson
    DuluthMN
  66. Eithne Nightingale
    LondonUnited Kingdom
  67. M J Daspit
    AshlandOR
  68. Virgie M. McIntyre
    ColumbusNC
  69. CJ Hurley
    PortlandOR
  70. Ken Forrester
    MaumelleAR
  71. Patricia Bezunartea
    TempeAZ
  72. Sandy Spadaro
    MarltonNJ
  73. Susan Whelehan
    TorontoCanada
  74. Nancy Kotkin
    SecanePA
  75. Eileen Gregory
    West YarmouthMA
  76. Mary O Parker
    SmithvilleTX
  77. James L Castellano
    emmausPA
  78. Elizabeth Becker
    WythevilleVA
  79. Brenda Deines
    Grand JunctionCO
  80. Jeanette A. Fratto
    Laguna NiguelCA
  81. Daree Allen
    SuffolkVA
  82. Russell W. Estlack
    St. GeorgeUT
  83. Greg Waxberg
    BranchburgNJ
  84. Greg Waxberg
    BranchburgNJ
  85. Richard B. Gartrell
    WarrentonOR
  86. Patricia Thorne
    Sun ValleyID
  87. Mark Luxford
    DorrMI
  88. Leila Jamison
    PittsburghPA
  89. Julie Jacobs
    Scotch PlainsNJ
  90. Patti Shales Lefkos
    VernonBritish Columbia, Canada
  91. Steven M. Nesbit
    DillsburgPA
  92. Jillian Melero
    TamaracFL
  93. Ellen Seiden
    Los AngelesCA
  94. Patricia J. Nakfoor
    OkemosMI
  95. Denise Marie Siino
    PlacervilleCA
  96. Greg Waxberg
    BranchburgNJ
  97. Marlo Kirkpatrick
    madisonMS
  98. Russell W. Estlack
    St. GeorgeUT
  99. Louis Giamelle
    NewcastleOK

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

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