47th Writing Awards • 2019

New Millennium Award for Poetry

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New Millennium Award for Fiction

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New Millennium Award for Flash Fiction

Carla Myers of Boalsburg, Pennsylvania for Seven Ravens

Nearly every time we choose a Flash Fiction winner, we discuss the inherent challenge of this category. The nickname is apt: In a flash, an author must create an entire story arc, impart some existential truth, and weave imagery bright and sharp enough to imprint on the reader’s mind. Done well, it is a beauty to behold. “Seven Ravens” checks all these boxes and more.

New Millennium Award for Nonfiction

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— FINALISTS —

POETRY

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FICTION

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FLASH FICTION

​Beth Balousek
Nyack, New York
“Unda Maris”

Stephanie Cotsirilos
Portland, Maine
“Wormhole”

Suzanne Craig-Whytock
Drumbo, Ontario, Canada
“A Childhood in Five Acts”

Daniel Draper
Ilkeston, Derbyshire, United Kingdom
“The Sealwoman’s Baby”

John Haggerty
San Mateo, California
“In the Moments Before the M Train Arrives”

Christine Hanolsy
Portland, Oregon
“Festival”

James Hohenbary
Manhattan, Kansas
“American Dragon”

Annalisa Koukouves
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
“Dwellers of the Hidden Homes”

Nancy Lendved
Winterville, Georgia
“The End of the Beginning”

Mary Makofske
Warwick, New York
“Home Economics”

Adair McPherson
Davis, California
“Night Waltz”

Lottie Oram
London, United Kingdom
“Theft”

Janika Oza
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
“Price”

Pablo Patino
Deer Park, New York
“I Crunch”

Samantha Pilecki
Freehold, New Jersey
“Lion Let Loose”

Jessie Seigel
Washington, DC
“The Apologia of a Stable Genius”

Jesse Sensibar
Flagstaff, Arizona
“Zion”

Matthew Shepherd
Leigh on Sea, Essex, United Kingdom
“The Maker of the Stars”

Leah Silverman
Brooklyn, New York
“Missing Things, Pt. I”

Dar Thomas
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
“One Too Many”

NONFICTION

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