2018 Write to Publish Contests: Flash Fiction and Poetry
The winners of the 2018 Write to Publish writing contests have been chosen! Each winner will receive a $50 cash prize, have their work published by a partnering journal, and get an opportunity to read their winning piece at this year’s Write to Publish! We’d like to thank Master’s Review for partnering with us for our flash fiction contest again this year, and Silk Road Review for partnering with us for our poetry contest.
Mason Mimi Yadira (they/them/theirs) is based out of Portland, Oregon. They’re a mixed-heritage Salvadoran and white person, studying creative writing and child, youth, and family studies at Portland State University, where they also work two jobs and organize radical leftist events. Overall, they’re a busy person who loves (for better or worse) adding more interests to their already too-long list of to-dos. You can keep up with them on twitter or instagram @ricepunx
Craig Kenworthy’s work appears both on the page and on the stage and he’s received recognition for his poetry, plays and fiction. His play ‘Hurf’ produced by the Willamette Radio Workshop, won a Charles Ogle award for audio drama. He was a contributing writer for the public radio comedy sketch program ‘Right Between the Ears’ and is a former columnist for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. A member of The Dramatists Guild, he lives in Seattle.