2010 Rhyming Poem Winners

Announcing the Rhyming Poem winners of the 79th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition.
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Announcing the Rhyming Poem winners of the 79th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Rhyming Poem Winners

Winner:
Noreen Ayres
Bartonsville PA

  1. Luise Putcamp Jr.
    Salt Lake CityUT
  2. Robert G. West
    Moses LakeWA
  3. Frank Osen
    Pasadena,CA
  4. Henry Walter
    TarrytownNY
  5. Melissa Cannon
    NashvilleTN
  6. Jeffrey MCginley
    Boonton TownshipNJ
  7. Patricia Callan
    NewtonMA
  8. Andrea W. Doray
    ArvadaCO
  9. Melissa Cannon
    NashvilleTN
  10. Craig McGuire
    Staten IslandNY
  11. Henry Walter
    TarrytownNY
  12. Sherry Poff
    OoltewahTN
  13. Stephanie Turner
    CincinnatiOH
  14. Dennis Goza
    BurbankCA
  15. Lea Hepler
    HickoryNC
  16. Samuel W. Magill
    MunichGermany
  17. Kathleen Olive Palmer
    HuntsvilleAL
  18. William J Cary
    BalfronScotland UK
  19. Margie Davidson
    RichlandWA
  20. Marge Steinert
    Charles CityIA
  21. Karin Bradberry
    AlbuqerqueNM
  22. Lisa Kang
    WashingtonMO
  23. Melissa Cannon
    NashvilleTN
  24. Angela Masterson Jones
    PalmettoFL
  25. kerry wood
    pacific groveCA
  26. Nichole White
    SecorIL
  27. Anna Amatuzio
    New YorkVT
  28. George H. Northrup
    New Hyde ParkNY
  29. Erin Bjarnason
    BeltonTX
  30. Patrick J. Walker, Jr.
    FactoryvillePA
  31. Sandra Winicur
    South BendIN
  32. Linda Masusock
    PhiladelphiaPA
  33. Luise Putcamp Jr.
    Salt Lake CityUT
  34. Jessica Eaton
    LitchfiledME
  35. Ginger Dehlinger
    Bend OR
  36. Ryan Tilley
    Altamonte SpringsFL
  37. Shelia Watson
    CharlestonSC
  38. Stephanie A. Trdenic
    MechanicsburgPA
  39. Noreen Ayres
    BartonsvillePA
  40. Genevieve Goffman
    WashingtonDC
  41. Marla Alupoaicei
    FriscoTX
  42. Lesley Lanir
    TivonIsrael
  43. Jacquelyn M. McClaney
    Park ForestIL
  44. Melissa Cannon
    NashvilleTN
  45. Mary Houston Shaffer
    Van NuysCA
  46. Jonathan Christian Petty
    Big RunPA
  47. Verna Cole Mitchell
    CharlotteNC
  48. Linda Aschbrenner
    MarshfieldWI
  49. Luise Putcamp Jr.
    Salt Lake CityUT
  50. Janet Lombard
    AthensGA
  51. Heidi Tompkins
    ClevelandTN
  52. Henry Walter
    TarrytownNY
  53. Andrea W. Doray
    ArvadaCO
  54. Cora Chapman Arthur
    ConcordNH
  55. Dennis Goza
    BurbankCA
  56. belle Rollins
    PinevilleLA
  57. Wallace F. Brown
    DoylestownPA
  58. Paul Freet
    FayettevillePA
  59. M. Kay Swaby
    KingstonJamaica
  60. Jonathan Christian Petty
    Big RunPA
  61. Nadia Ibrashi
    TroyMI
  62. Rita L Laxton
    HillsboroOR
  63. Michael C Treadwell
    OdenvilleAL
  64. Diana Sidor
    Unit 56NH
  65. Henry Walter
    TarrytownNY
  66. Luanne Oleas
    CupertinoCA
  67. Claudia Burbank
    BernardsvilleNJ
  68. Elizabeth Kray
    Vero BeachFL
  69. Nelson Adrian Blish
    RochesterNY
  70. Jessica Bell
    AthensGreece
  71. Richard C. Johnston
    Grove CityOH
  72. Becky Haigler
    ShreveportLA
  73. Johannes Nelson
    Carles CityIA
  74. Graham Kash
    CookevilleTN
  75. Martha E. Amabile
    TollesonAZ
  76. Sienna Elizabeth Raimonde
    Orchard ParkNY
  77. Frank G. Donlon
    ChesterfieldMO
  78. Carol Clark
    AldanPA
  79. Julianne DiBenedetto
    BrooklynNY
  80. Vicki (Verlene) Wheeler
    Las VegasNY
  81. Herb Wahlsteen
    FarmingvilleNY
  82. Jerry Dorbin
    Santa FeNM
  83. Janet Ireland Trail
    GreensboroNC
  84. Graham Kash
    CookevilleTN
  85. Margaret Dockry
    The WoodlandsTX
  86. michael j mcdonald
    lancasterNY
  87. Dorothy Holcombe-Damiano
    DuncannonPA
  88. Susan Gryziec Showalter
    PhiladelphiaPA
  89. Nelson Adrian Blish
    RochesterNY
  90. Renee Barnes
    ElbertonGA
  91. Genevieve Goffman
    WashingtonDC
  92. William C. Maxwell
    VandaliaMO
  93. Samuel R. Charlie Walls
    NettletonMS
  94. Howard Manser
    BrunswickGA
  95. Lisa Kang
    WashingtonMO
  96. Jordan Gray
    OrlandoFL
  97. Lissa Ledbetter
    OwassoOK
  98. Elizabeth Scarpelli
    San Francisco CA
  99. Nelson Koscheski
    BrownwoodTX


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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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