Announcing the Prize Winners for Safe to Chew (2015 Wicwas Anthology)!
Wicwas Press, LLC is proud to announce the contest winners for Safe to Chew: An Anthology (previously Wicwas 2015 Anthology contest).
The Third Place Prize of $200 is awarded to Dr. Christian W. TwoRivers who tackles concepts of fear and freedom within a prison yard in his story, “Sharing a Cell”. The Second Place Prize of $300 goes to Tabitha Peyton Wood, whose story, “Smoke”, eloquently portrays the relationship between a woman and a girl, and how they find common ground over a shared love of bees. The First Place Winner who will receive a Grand Prize of $500 is Benjamin Hance, whose story, “It Takes Time to Build a Home”, beautifully captures the idea of building a family over generations through insights that only come from time experience the help of beekeeping.
Robert G. Muir, Randy Kim and Lawrence Connor of Wicwas Press, LLC selected the finalists to appear in the anthology out of a total of over 200 submissions and, together with guest judge Cindy Bee, selected the recipients of the awards.
These winning pieces, among over 60 other submissions, appear in Safe to Chew: An Anthology. Preorder your copy today!
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