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We are pleased to announce the 36th New Millennium Awards for Nonfiction and Short-Short Fiction. Awards for Poetry and Fiction will be announced over the next week.
Our contest deadline has been extended to January 31, 2014. This deadline is final.
Milla van der Have, of Utrecht, The Netherlands has won the New Millennium Award for Fiction for “Our Lady of Broken Dreams,” a twisting, haze-filled imagining of the relationships that blossom and falter among those who have lost or abandoned everything, and the circumstances that inspire them to reach outside themselves once again.
Alexis Paige, of Randolph, VT, has won the New Millennium Award for Nonfiction for “The Geography of Consolation,” an essay that examines the unique challenges of a writer’s life, the long fallout of an emotional affair, and the inevitable realization that no matter how far or often we roam, the internal journey still lies before us (‘wherever you go, there you are.’)
J. L. Cooper, of Sacramento, CA, has won the New Millennium Award for Short-Short Fiction for “A Summoning of Gifts to Wet Ankles,” a fictional elaboration of the author's experience as an ocean lifeguard. Cooper’s series of vignettes and lyrical language capture truths as universal as our urge to return to the sea.
Each award winner will receive $1,000, a congratulatory certificate, and publication both online and in the 2014 issue. Our talented Honorable Mentions are listed below.
Honorable Mentions for Fiction
Jacob Appel, Scarsdale, NY
Honorable Mentions for Nonfiction
Elizabeth Bartels, Winchester, MA
Honorable Mentions for Short-Short Fiction
David Anderson, Wellington, NV
You can read the winning entries of Contest 35, along with the Honorable Mentions lists. All winning entries and selected finalists will also appear in the 2014 issue of New Millennium Writings, due out next February.
Our current contest deadline is midnight November 17.
Visit www.newmillenniumwritings.com for user-friendly guidelines and much more,
or jump straight to www.writingawards.com and employ our simple submissions process.
No restrictions as to style, content or number of submissions. Enter as often as you like.
Winners announced beginning in Spring 2014.
All contestants will receive our high-quality 2015 anthology.
Judges include novelist, poet, essayist, David Madden and NMW founding editor and writer Don Williams.
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