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April 2014 Live Arts Contest Results

Thank you to everyone who submitted entries for the spring contest. The judging committee sorted through many strong pieces of writing and art, and all participants are invited to enter the contest again starting August 1, 2014.

Grand Prize Winners

High School

  • Fiction: "Letting Go" by Saleha Malik, Woodbridge Senior High School
  • Poetry: "The Plague of Winter" by Colby Rouchka, Edwardsville High School
  • Nonfiction: "Picture in my Heart" by Sigi Liu, Naperville Central High School
  • Visual Art: "Dead City Radio" by Emily Petroline, Greenville High School

Undergrad

  • Fiction: "Secrets of Eugene Onegin" by M. Julia Fowler, Southwestern University
  • Poetry: "A Welsh Confession" by Heather Burdsall, Messiah College

Age Division Winners

9th Grade

  • Poetry: "Optimism—The Most Beautiful Contradiction" by Kaitlyn Graham, Woodbridge Senior High School
  • Visual Art: "Butterfly Blue" be Jennifer Bossert, Francis Howell High School

10th Grade

  • Fiction: "The Man of Shadows" by Elizabeth Sugg, Mulberry Grove Jr./Sr. High School
  • Poetry: "My Darling Says" by Trenton Harlan, Greenbrier High School
  • Visual Art: "Dead City Radio" by Emily Petroline, Greenville High School

11th Grade

  • Fiction: "Haunted" by Amy Solov, Oliver Ames High School
  • Nonfiction: "Pictures in my Heart" by Sigi Liu, Naperville Central High School
  • Poetry: "The Plague of Winter" by Colby Rouchka, Edwardsville High School
  • Second Place: "Secrets of the House" by Kaleigh DePetro, Woodbridge Senior High School
  • Honorable Mention: "Another Book on the Shelf" by Shawn Semmler, Edwardsville High School

12th Grade

  • Fiction: "Letting Go" by Saleha Malik, Woodbridge Senior High School
  • Nonfiction: "Bite Your Tongue for the Cookies" by Martha Pham, Quincy High School
  • Poetry: "Ghost" by Haley Lunde, Carlton High School
  • Visual Art: "Winter Fishing" by Aaron Long, Perryville High School

Undergraduate Level

  • Fiction: "Secrets of Eugene Onegin" by M. Julia Fowler, Southwestern University
  • Poetry: "A Welsh Confession" by Heather Burdsall, Messiah College
  • Second Place: "Him" by Eliza Newman, University of Southern California
  • Honorable Mention: "Riot" by Nathanial Wren, Ivy Tech
  • Honorable Mention: "Unsolicited Advice" by Analiese Camacho, Azusa Pacific University

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Contact Us:

LiveArts@greenville.edu

Greenville College
Language, Literature, and Culture Dept.
315 E. College Ave.
Greenville, IL 62246

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