Stories That Need to Be Told 2019
Jennifer Top (Editor) Morgan Smith (Contribution by)
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DescriptionEach year, TulipTree hosts the Stories That Need to Be Told writing contest in search of diverse voices, unique viewpoints, and great stories. The winners and honorable mentions featured here in TulipTree's fifth annual collection of story winners include grand prize recipient Morgan Smith and merit winners William Snyder (humor), Lorraine Devon Wilke (love), K.T. Sparks (bonus), Michael Keane (depth), and Michele E. Reisinger (passion). Honorable Mention contributors are Doug Bost, Jay Eddy, Benjamin Keyworth, Lyle Stiles, Mark Chesnut, Karen Gregory, Robert J. Begiebing, Joseph J. Ridgway, Mario René Padilla, Margarite Landry, B.N. Williams, Morell E. Mullins, Jane Shoenfeld, Faith Shearin, Malcolm R. Campbell, Olivia Nalder, Lisa M. Novak, Audrey DiPlacido, and C.M. Brown. The twenty-five stories in this anthology comprise a range of voices and experiences that will give readers new and different perspectives on their fellow humans.Learn more at www.tuliptreepub.com.
Tuliptree Publishing, LLC
November 01, 2019
5.98 X 0.57 X 9.02 inches | 0.82 pounds
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About the Author
Morgan Smith has been a goatherd, a weaver, a bookstore owner, a travel writer, and an archaeologist, and she will drop everything to travel anywhere, on the flimsiest of pretexts. Writing is something she has been doing all her life, though, one way or another, and now she thinks she might actually have something to say.
William Snyder has published poems in Atlanta Review, Poet Lore, and Southern Humanities Review among others. He was the co-winner of the 2001 Grolier Poetry Prize; winner of the 2002 Kinloch Rivers Chapbook competition; The CONSEQUENCE Prize in Poetry, 2013; the 2015 Claire Keyes Poetry Prize; and Tulip Tree Publishing Stories That Need To Be Told 2019 Merit Prize for Humor. He teaches writing and literature at Concordia College, Moorhead, MN.