76th Annual Writing Competition Winners - Nonrhyming Poetry

Announcing the Nonrhyming Poetry winners of the 76th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Nonrhyming Poetry winners of the 76th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Nonrhyming Poem Winners

Alison Luterma
OaklandCA

  1. MariaErcilla
    Los AngelesCA
  2. SheilaA.Murphy
    PortlandCT
  3. ChristineHouser
    Crystal BeachFL
  4. MariaErcilla
    Los AngelesCA
  5. AnnTsao
    CharlotteNC
  6. DianaDominguez
    BrownsvilleTX
  7. DennisRhodes
    ProvincetownMA
  8. CarolR.Gavounas
    DallasTX
  9. LauraImbimbo (pen name: LauraMarie)
    SussexNJ
  10. SarahElizabethMills
    DoverDE
  11. CherylA.Martin
    CantonMI
  12. EnidGraf
    Stony BrookNY
  13. DougThiele
    NorfolkVA
  14. AnnabelleMoseley
    Dix HillsNY
  15. AnnabelleMoseley
    Dix HillsNY
  16. AnnabelleMoseley
    Dix HillsNY
  17. MelissaFavara
    BrooklynNY
  18. SheilaA.Murphy
    PortlandCT
  19. FredaWestman
    JuneauAK
  20. GloriaMasterson-Richardson
    RockportMA
  21. BonnieIdowu
    ManassasVA
  22. DianaleeVelie
    NewburyNH
  23. YvetteMorales
    Long Island CityNY
  24. DeborahMcGroder
    ClevelandOH
  25. MarianneBetterly
    KensingtonCA
  26. MariaErcilla
    Los AngelesCA
  27. MariaErcilla
    Los AngelesCA
  28. SusanJensen
    ClintonWA
  29. HollyChiron
    SeattleWA
  30. MarlaAlupoaicei
    FriscoTX
  31. EdwardW.Lull
    WilliamsburgVA
  32. BarbaraRyderLevinson
    AzusaCA
  33. ClaireJ.Baker
    PinoleCA
  34. DebraSimpson
    EldersburgMD
  35. ChristineJ.Lloyd
    Colorado SpringsCO
  36. StacyCampbell
    HurstTX
  37. LauraGrahamMiller
    Los AngelesCA
  38. ShirleySmithWilbert
    ColumbiaMO
  39. RudyMancini
    CalistogaCA
  40. MariaErcilla
    Los AngelesCA
  41. SarahLauderdale
    HuntleyIL
  42. KathrynHutchison
    PalatineIL
  43. AmberNolan
    BrooklynNY
  44. Tracie
    DetroitMI
  45. MariaErcilla
    Los AngelesCA
  46. MoniqueLewis
    EndwellNY
  47. RachelNixon
    TopekaKS
  48. TraceyCowenhoven
    BakersfieldCA
  49. PatriciaLaBarbera
    HomesteadFL
  50. PatriciaLaBarbera
    HomesteadFL
  51. DallasHuth
    Santa FeNM
  52. PatriciaLaBarbera
    HomesteadFL
  53. MichaelLeggs
    St. PaulMN
  54. ThomasMcCroskey
    WallandTN
  55. SanjeJames
    BronxNY
  56. SarahNelson
    PerthON
  57. GawaineCaldwaterRoss
    MarlboroMA
  58. MarianneY.Ray
    KentWA
  59. DallasHuth
    Santa FeNM
  60. GaryHill
    BakersfieldCA
  61. AlbertH.deAprix
    ScotiaNY
  62. AndrewB.Pierce
    MiamiFL
  63. GlenDalrymple
    LancasterPA
  64. JudithStephens
    RichmondCA
  65. DianaleeVelie
    NewburyNH
  66. ThomasRayFullmer
    Salt Lake CityUT
  67. MariaErcilla
    Los AngelesCA
  68. BonnieIdowu
    ManassasVA
  69. BonnieIdowu
    ManassasVA
  70. JonathanSimons
    BoulderCO
  71. AnneSayLau
    Granada HillsCA
  72. StefanieYokoSakamoto
    HonoluluHI
  73. AnnabelleMoseley
    Dix HillsNY
  74. LeeTupman
    OrleansMA
  75. LeeTupman
    OrleansMA
  76. AnnabelleMoseley
    Dix HillsNY
  77. AnnabelleMoseley
    Dix HillsNY
  78. SherylL.Nelms
    ClydeTX
  79. VernaLeeHinegardner
    Hot SpringsAR
  80. BonnieIdowu
    ManassasVA
  81. JoAnneGottlieb
    HendersonNV
  82. MargaretMorris
    LeesburgFL
  83. KimS.Neese
    FarmervilleLA
  84. JamilaHammad
    ChristianstedVI
  85. MelissaFavara
    BrooklynNY
  86. DavidPrinzHufford
    OmahaNE
  87. GaryHill
    BakersfieldCA
  88. BrianTrent
    ProspectCT
  89. J. GrahamDucker
    OshawaON
  90. MarilynArvizo
    Long BeachCA
  91. AnnTsao
    CharlotteNC
  92. AnnTsao
    CharlotteNC
  93. MaryRanieri
    GonzalesTX
  94. RuthWeiner
    Deerfield BeachFL
  95. KathleenWhitmanPlucker
    BloomingtonIN
  96. AnneMartinez
    Great FallsMT
  97. PhyllisCobb
    VillanovaPA
  98. JeanB.Fleischauer
    PittsburghPA
  99. Anne-MarieLegan
    HerrinIL

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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