Teen Writing Contest Winners Announced ~ 2011

Congratulations!

The Sebastopol Center for the Arts, Copperfield’s Books and KRCB-FM are pleased to announce the winners in the Bibliophoria 2011 “Books are…” Teen Writing Contest.

Another World fantasy story by Emily Hammond, 14, Orchard View School
Book Types essay by Mirandi Dallas Fuge, 14, Orchard View School
Books Are All Around Me essay by Sierra Cullen-Riak, 14, Orchard View School
The Adventures of Deben fantasy story by Duncan Lange, 14, Orchard View School
Letting the Light Shine Through essay by Amanda Burns, 17, Analy High School
Sanity, Clarified historical fiction by Michael John Bradford, 18, El Molino High School
The Bindings of Paper and People essay by Liana Meffert, 18, Montgomery High School
Humanity Recorded essay by Catherine Golitzin, 18, Santa Rosa Junior College

All winning entries will re read aloud by Jeffrey Weissman and other professional actors on Gil Mansergh’s “Word By Word: Conversations With Writers” radio show at 7:00 PM, Wednesday, June 22nd on KRCB 91.1 FM in Santa Rosa or streaming online at krcb.org.

Additional prizes include Copperfield’s gift certificates, excerpts printed in the  Sebastopol Center for the Arts QuARTerly newsletter and full length stories and essays posted on the Bibliophoria website, and CDs of the KRCB-FM radio broadcast.

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About Christine Walker

Christine Walker is a visual artist and writer.
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