76th Annual Writing Competition Winners - Feature Article

Announcing the Feature Article winners of the 76th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Feature Article winners of the 76th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Feature Article Winners

Katie McCollow
MinneapolisMN

  1. CarlaOccaso
    LyndonvilleVT
  2. DenaBlatt
    AnacortesWA
  3. BoYu
    PortlandOR
  4. VictorEnglebert
    AllentownPA
  5. ChelseaKellner
    SpringdalePA
  6. RobertaRoberti
    BrooklynNY
  7. RichardMethia
    Fairfax StationVA
  8. LeonideMartin
    Sammamish WA
  9. XujunEberlein
    WaylandMA
  10. MelissaFry
    MammothAZ
  11. JohnWorlton
    New YorkNY
  12. JillRichardson
    WarrenvilleIL
  13. JeremyWalton
    Warminster,Wiltshire
  14. MelissaHantman
    PittsfordNY
  15. KathyCasteel
    AuxvasseMO
  16. LarryMcMullen
    BensalemPA
  17. ArleneWeslowsky
    MorinvilleAB
  18. SuzettePruitt
    HoustonTX
  19. JennyRuthYasi
    Peaks IslandME
  20. ThomasS.Doppke
    Sterling HeightsMI
  21. CarolynCreedon
    Saint LouisMO
  22. CynthiaLong
    ArlingtonVA
  23. BarryFriedman
    TulsaOK
  24. SamMorton
    ColumbiaSC
  25. VictorKamenir
    SherwoodOR
  26. BarryFriedman
    TulsaOK
  27. AdrienneDyer
    Brentwood BayBC
  28. TedConigliaro
    NaplesFL
  29. MaureenArgesNadin
    Thunder BayON
  30. SherrySaturno
    TarrytownNY
  31. JohnMoir
    Santa CruzCA
  32. JohnW.Beck
    Santa CruzCA
  33. JulieWHenig
    Santa RosaCA
  34. JohnHenrySotomayor
    OcalaFL
  35. AlexanderC.Congrove
    RosevilleCA
  36. JenniferVan Evra
    VancouverBC
  37. AnneKelly
    CharlevoixMI
  38. JohnHenrySotomayorStephenRobitaille
    OcalaFL
  39. ZainaArafat
    McLeanVA
  40. RobertBowers
    HurricaneWV
  41. PatriciaLuceChapman
    RockportTX
  42. JenniferLacey
    MinneolaFL
  43. ChaninPreece
    CheyenneWY
  44. LaurelPesez
    KerrvilleTX
  45. AlexGabbard
    Lenoir CityTN
  46. SteveTarter
    PeoriaIL
  47. StevenNesbit
    LancasterPA
  48. KimO'Connell
    ArlingtonVA
  49. KathleenWilsonShryock
    OlatheKS
  50. PatriciaCorcoran
    New MilfordCT
  51. JenniferMackeyStewart
    Round RockTX
  52. KimKoenig
    DamascusOR
  53. RussellW.Estlack
    St. GeorgeUT
  54. DanelleCarvell
    HalifaxPA
  55. MargeHartung
    FairmontWV
  56. JackLintelmann
    BuhlID
  57. RobertA.Lindblom
    APO
  58. AnnePawli
    MontagueMI
  59. LisaK.Parsons
    PortlandOR
  60. JennaRoseRobbins
    Playa del ReyCA
  61. BarbaraAnton
    SarasotaFL
  62. JohnCulpepper
    Fort WorthTX
  63. JenniferB.Thompson
    MarionIA
  64. BrianTrent
    WaterburyCT
  65. SusanPalmquist
    Eden PrairieMN
  66. KimBrown
    YrekaCA
  67. JenniferVan Evra
    VancouverBC
  68. GeorgeD.Wood
    WilbrahamMA
  69. JaLeenBultman-Deardurff
    RensselaerIN
  70. LynnWallen
    ManitowocWI
  71. LucyJokiel
    HonoluluHI
  72. GeriHoekzema
    VancouverWA
  73. JanetMendelsohn
    West SomervilleMA
  74. RobertSeelenfreund
    West OrangeNJ
  75. JoMcDowell
    BrunswickGA
  76. BrunettaTwoLenz
    Las VegasNV
  77. MiriamFiller
    SkokieIL
  78. DeannaHershiser
    EugeneOR
  79. LoisElfman
    New YorkNY
  80. GregWaxberg
    RidgelandMS
  81. NancyJ.Kauffman
    FleetwoodPA
  82. FeliciaLowensteinNiven
    NorthfieldNJ
  83. JenniferLacey
    MinneolaFL
  84. JackLintelmann
    BuhlID
  85. AdrienneDyer
    Brentwood BayBC
  86. IreneA.Harkleroad
    CarefreeAZ
  87. EddyRogers
    HoustonTX
  88. Mary AnnMasesar
    VancouverBC
  89. RamseyHarris
    AthensGA
  90. ChristyHeitger
    BloomingtonIN
  91. JohnBuchner
    WhitingNJ
  92. AnnaM.Elias
    OrlandoFL
  93. JanetPark
    SeattleWA
  94. HollyBellebuono
    ChilmarkMA
  95. AndrewGregoryKrzak
    New LenoxIL
  96. HughNeeld
    JacksonvilleTX
  97. JimWitty
    BendOR
  98. MarthaR.Fehl
    BrookvilleIN
  99. MichelleLovato
    Pinon HillsCA

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

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

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