2010 Non-Rhyming Poem Winners

Announcing the Non-Rhyming Poem winners of the 78th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition.
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Announcing the Non-Rhyming Poem winners of the 78th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Non-Rhyming Poem Winners

Winner:
Maria Ercilla
Los Angeles CA

  1. Andrienne Y Welch
    AtlantaGA
  2. Maria Ercilla
    Los AngelesCA
  3. Ruth Kibler Peck
    DaytonOH
  4. Sarah Mack
    San DiegoCA
  5. Christine J. Howard
    YumaAZ
  6. Kate Aguilar
    ManchesterCT
  7. W. Lane Hudson
    SenecaSC
  8. Sandra Louise Staton-Taiwo
    YorkPA
  9. ed frankel
    Los AngelesCA
  10. Tessa Moeckel
    BozemanMT
  11. Susan L Daly
    ColumbiaMD
  12. P John Anderson
    Mountain ViewCA
  13. Rita L Laxton
    HillsboroOR
  14. Karin Bradberry
    AlbuqerqueNM
  15. Kathy Renders-Ruyssers
    WestmalleBelgium
  16. Marla Alupoaicei
    FriscoTX
  17. Kathleen Olive Palmer
    HuntsvilleAL
  18. Maria Ercilla
    Los AngelesCA
  19. Julie Sturm
    Overland ParkKS
  20. Perella Laufer
    BrooklynNY
  21. Tamara Boyd
    AnaheimCA
  22. ed frankel
    Los AngelesCA
  23. zaelyna
    WoodburyCT
  24. Terrance L. Manning Jr.
    White OakPA
  25. Angela Ramsay
    DoralFL
  26. Betsy Zatkulak
    Creve CoeurMO
  27. Lynn Veach Sadler
    SanfordNC
  28. Eileen James Je
    Cape DorsetCanada
  29. Mary M Couse
    OttawaCanada
  30. Maria Ercilla
    Los AngelesCA
  31. Virginia L. Hodges
    North AttleboroMA
  32. Julianne DiBenedetto
    BrooklynNY
  33. Graham Kash
    CookevilleTN
  34. Graham Kash
    CookevilleTN
  35. Lanny Ray McClure
    WaynesboroPA
  36. KB Ballentine
    DaytonTN
  37. Lanny Ray McClure
    WaynesboroPA
  38. Martha W. Miller
    ParkerCO
  39. tex shrader
    San AntonioTX
  40. Jane L. Toleno
    Big LakeMN
  41. Anni Macht Gibaon
    CincinnatiOH
  42. Elle A
    BrooklynNY
  43. Erin Morris
    IthacaNY
  44. Laura Stanco
    SeasideCA
  45. tex shrader
    San AntonioTX
  46. Joseph A.C. Girone, MD
    TelfordPA
  47. Sara McNulty
    BeavertonOR
  48. Deborah DeNicola
    Pompano BeachFL
  49. J.K. Davis
    NashvilleTN
  50. Zakiya Kibibi Holman
    VictorvilleCA
  51. Anne Dohrenwend
    Ann ArborMI
  52. Ashley Schorkhuber
    ColumbusOH
  53. Ron Greenfield
    NashvilleTN
  54. Ann Russek
    PottstownPA
  55. David C. Miller
    La PorteIN
  56. Lisa Kang
    WashingtonMO
  57. Lanny Ray McClure
    WaynesboroPA
  58. Sue C. Foster
    LewistownMT
  59. Amber Gesner
    NarberthPA
  60. Henry Walter
    TarrytownNY
  61. Ute Jansen-Alonzo
    ChicagoIL
  62. Marla Alupoaicei
    FriscoTX
  63. Amanda Scotney
    St Kilda VICTORIAAustralia
  64. Charlene M. Johnson
    LahomaOK
  65. Charlene M. Johnson
    LahomaOK
  66. Kevin James Miller
    ElmhurstIL
  67. Randy Boone
    BethlehemPA
  68. Randy Boone
    BethlehemPA
  69. Christopher Bayardi
    WheelingWV
  70. Anni Macht Gibson
    CincinnatiOH
  71. Emily Fiskio
    BranfordCT
  72. Rebecca Marshall Farnbach
    TemeculaCA
  73. Sarah Mack
    San DiegoCA
  74. Emily Fiskio
    BranfordCT
  75. Sarah Mack
    San DiegoCA
  76. Ellen Jackson
    Santa BarbaraCA
  77. J. Michael Entz
    Cedar FallsIA
  78. Lois Fowler Barrett
    CueroTX
  79. Bess Brown Carter
    ValdostaGA
  80. Anne-Marie Legan
    HerrinIL
  81. Cristine Ferrari-Logan
    LafayetteCA
  82. Bette Anderson
    Laguna BeachCA
  83. Maria Ercilla
    Los AngelesCA
  84. Kathleen Olive Palmer
    HuntsvilleAL
  85. Anne-Marie Legan
    HerrinIL
  86. Mary Jocksberger
    StuartFL
  87. Mary O'Donnell
    EmeryvilleCA
  88. Jessica Eaton
    LitchfiledME
  89. Lorena Moody
    ProvoUT
  90. Julianne DiBenedetto
    BrooklynNY
  91. Ellen DeRosia
    East LansingMI
  92. Valma M. Bartlett
    Oak HarborWA
  93. Connie Ann Harris
    PerryvilleMD
  94. Connie An Harris
    PerryvilleMD
  95. Gloria Masterson-Richardson
    RockportMA
  96. Deb Brown
    NorridgewockME
  97. Deb Brown
    NorridgewockME
  98. Michael Kriesel
    AniwaWI
  99. Francis Goin
    Rapid CitySD


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Genre Short Story
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Mainstream Fiction
Nonrhyming Poetry
Memoir/Personal Essay
Rhyming Poetry
Stageplay
Screenplay

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