76th Annual Writing Competition Winners - Screenplay

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

Television/Movie Script Winners

Maureen Olund
San FranciscoCA

  1. StephanCox
    BrentwoodCA
  2. JosephHarness
    TuckertonNJ
  3. Julie AnneWight
    Los AngelesCA
  4. TylerVoss
    FallonNV
  5. LouaineCollierElke
    Walnut CreekCA
  6. TomLavagnino
    Los AngelesCA
  7. ChristopherAcosta
    HattiesburgMS
  8. KeishaPoiro
    Great MillsMD
  9. LeighFentyMichaelLeath
    EtnaCA
  10. KimMankey
    Camp HillPA
  11. NeilCitrin
    Santa MonicaCA
  12. KeishaPoiro
    Great MillsMD
  13. LarryK.Meredith
    GunnisonCO
  14. C.J.Fletcher
    DenverCO
  15. FredMcGavran
    CincinnatiOH
  16. LeeWelch
    KershawSC
  17. LauraCovello
    Ulster ParkNY
  18. ConnieCorcoranWilson
    ChicagoIL
  19. AaronJ.Curtis
    MiamiFL
  20. DanielEllis
    RinggoldGA
  21. KeishaPoiro
    Great MillsMD
  22. RobertHill
    Franklin SquareNY
  23. CarlaKanthak
    ChicagoIL
  24. GranvilleWycheBurgess
    GreenwichCT
  25. KeishaPoiro
    Great MillsMD
  26. C.J.Fletcher
    DenverCO
  27. BrianE.Grose
    Warrensville HtsOH
  28. WilliamFrankGeorgi
    KalaheoHI
  29. KathleenPickering
    Fort LauderdaleFL
  30. SabaIgbe
    Kingston 5Jamaica
  31. LarryEdwardDavis
    GarnerNC
  32. JamesC.BurauZachHammill
    St. PaulMN
  33. Felicia.Ansty
    IthacaNY
  34. ThomasL.Seltzer
    San AntonioTX
  35. ClarenceRolle
    NassauBahamas
  36. DeanStewart
    SylmarCA
  37. P.M.O'Malley
    WheatonIL
  38. ThomasA.Mercer
    MartinezCA
  39. SharonDwyer
    SorrentoFL
  40. RonnieEspinoza
    MiamiFL
  41. DaveGreen
    TampaFL
  42. PaulJensen
    RentonWA
  43. MatthewN.Irby
    LewisvilleTX
  44. AndrewJamison
    VancouverWA
  45. RichardH.Kennedy
    YoungtownAZ
  46. MikeSchwartz
    RiversideCA
  47. C.V.Herst
    OaklandCA
  48. JohannaBurke
    EdgewaterNJ
  49. JudithA.D'Ambrosia
    Playa VistaCA
  50. MarkSaunders
    LaredoTX
  51. DorisM.Matern
    FairviewTX
  52. MarcCalderwood
    AlbuquerqueNM
  53. CindyCarroll
    MississaugaONCanada
  54. StephaneeA.Leech
    FentonMI
  55. MichaelDabney
    IndianapolisIN
  56. AndrewGregoryKrzak
    New LenoxIL
  57. LairdRoberts
    BountifulUT
  58. CarlA.Veno
    AllentownPA
  59. NormanBradford
    TucsonAZ
  60. JohnRuemmler
    CharlottesvilleVA
  61. DanielMullins
    TroyOH
  62. AndrewZins
    West MiltonOH
  63. HollieOverton
    Los AngelesCA
  64. StevenM.Cross
    ArcadiaMO
  65. OscarHansen
    MesaAZ
  66. JohnNichols
    OswegoIL
  67. MagiHart
    EugeneOR
  68. KeithM.Tracy
    Punta GordaFL
  69. BarbaraGarrett
    Los AngelesCA
  70. PatriciaRivers
    TroyNY
  71. LeighFenty
    GrenadaCA
  72. M.Reyes
    New YorkNY
  73. CynthiaBlackledge
    SpringTX
  74. ErickRegaldo
    FresnoCA
  75. DeanStewart
    SylmarCA
  76. Scott & PaulaMerrow
    AlbuquerqueNM
  77. C.J.Fletcher
    DenverCO
  78. DanielA.Chomistek
    Medicine HatABCanada
  79. DebbieTaylor
    Denham SpringsLA
  80. BridgetBellWebber
    AnnapolisMD
  81. NicolausAufdenkampe
    SunriseFL
  82. CindyCarroll
    MississaugaONCanada
  83. RonaldB.Petty, Sr.
    OrlandCA
  84. PamelaM.Chase
    GuilfordCT
  85. CarloDeCarlo
    RutherfordNJ
  86. MarySchultz
    Rio RicoAZ
  87. LauraOsborne
    DedhamMA
  88. BrianTrentMartyLang
    ProspectCT
  89. EricDawe
    LansingMI
  90. JeffryWeiss
    BoulderCO
  91. BixHopewell
    Los AngelesCA
  92. DeontraiMatthews
    Fort WayneIN
  93. LauireB.Turner
    CamarilloCA
  94. SteveDuncan
    Los AngelesCA
  95. AndruJ.Reeve
    MartinezCA
  96. JohnJ.Smith
    PlanoTX
  97. PatriciaRivers
    TroyNY
  98. KristinaSmith
    SummerdaleAL
  99. LyndaHanna
    Virginia BeachVA

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
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