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New Millennium Awards XLV

45th New Millennium Writing Awards

WRITING AWARDS XLV • 2018


Judging Complete | Announcements Underway

AWARD WINNERS


New Millennium Award for Poetry

…coming soon…

New Millennium Award for Fiction

…coming soon…

New Millennium Award for Flash Fiction

Alyson Hagy of Laramie, Wyoming for Ember

New Millennium Award for Nonfiction

Marsh Rose of Cloverdale, California for False Memory

 

FINALISTS


POETRY
FICTION

 

Flash Fiction

Julia Barclay
New York, New York
“1965”

Kelly Bedbrook
Waterloo, Ontario
“Thirty-six”

Charles Booth
Oak Harbor, Washington
“On the Occasion of Burying My Neighbor’s Dog”

Maloy Das
London, United Kingdom
“The Part about the Plankton”

Jean Ende
Brooklyn, New York
“The Best Is Yet To Be”

Roberta Gates
Riverside, Illinois
“Fraternity Row”

Sheryl Goodspeed
Torrance, California
“He Looks at the Earth, and It Trembles”

Kate Hanson
Nashville, Tennessee
“The Lost and Found”

Timothy Hillmer
Louisville, Colorado
“Stones and Soap”

Michelle Hsu
Studio City, California
“Bus Depot”

Ella Jacobson
Brooklyn, New York
“The Things They Loved”

Rose Kinney
Hattiesburg, Mississippi
“John Waters Is Following Me”

John Lankford
Ranchos De Taos, New Mexico
“Forgotten Words”

Andrea Martin
Chicago, Illinois
“The Peace Plan”

Suzanne Mattaboni
Northampton, Pennsylvania
“The Hood of the Camry”

Becky Ruff
Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin
“These Three Remain”

Jonathan Segol
Saratoga Springs, New York
“Livewire”

Judith Shaw
Bolinas, California
“Her”

Kate Simonian
Lubbock, Texas
“Mothlight”

Bonnie West
Saint Paul, Minnesota
“Book by Book”

Nonfiction

Katie Barnes
Nashville, Tennessee
“The Domino Effect”

Dawn-Michelle Baude
Las Vegas, Nevada
“Cleaver Residence, 105 Lamoine Lane”

Cherline Bazile
Cambridge, Massachusetts
“Walking Text”

Rosie Cohan
Berkeley, California
“Hassan’s Wedding Celebration”

Sage Cohen
Portland, Oregon
“Cloud Bed”

Raphael Dagold
Baltimore, Maryland
“Injury”

David Gehring
Seattle, Washington
“Verona”

Robert Kirvel
Clayton, California
“Four Scenes and the Problem of Intermediate Gray”

Marissa Korbel
Portland, Oregon
“Ways of Being Seen”

Amy Long
Miramar Beach, Florida
“Product Warning”

Saffron Marchant
Pokfulam, Hong Kong
“Midwife’s Daughter”

J. Jacqueline McLean
Minneapolis, Minnesota
“The Project Lie”

Natalie Mucker
Highland Heights, Kentucky
“A Week of Unwell”

Mary Pfeiffer
Plano, Texas
“Searching for Aunt Sarah”

Mickey Revenaugh
Brooklyn, New York
“Choppers”

Johanna Rossi
Newburyport, Massachusetts
“Something Came Looking for Me”

Katie Simon
Somerville, Massachusetts
“Paint”

Judith Hannah Weiss
Scottsville, Virginia
“Brain Drain”

Bradley Wester
Bristol, Rhode Island
“Brothers Katrina”