Contact us at clubcontests@ Due to the volume of submissions to our contests and sweepstakes, we are not able to acknowledge receipt of individual entries. If you would. See More ▽. Writing ContestShakespeare Quote ContestGrades 6–12Due Date 04/13/18. See More ▽. SweepstakesWrinkle in Time. A developmental editor helps writers hone their work-in-progress. Because Jamie Morris is an outstanding resource for writers who want to reach the pinnacle of success. —Alina Smith, songwriter, music producer, at LYREJamie! It feels like a spiritual connection, and I do believe you are this story’s fairy godmother, as you are not only making sense of what’s already been done, but giving a new perspective on what is yet to be. —Rebecca Schoenecker, creator of Creatures of the Moon Oracle Deck Jamie, I owe you ten bucks, but I really owe you so much more! I’ve learned so much about writing, so much about myself. I so wish I could give that experience to all Life Art followers. Now, in addition to my work with fiction writers and memoirists, I also provide editing services and support to entrepreneurs. I now have actionable clarity for revising one novel that’s been giving me grief, and finishing another that had stalled in the middle. People dread asking me how I am because I tell them in nauseating detail how much I love my book and my writing coach and what we are up to! Jamie, thanks for all your notes and for the session Friday morning. Truly, I’m always in awe of how insightful you are as a coach, not just to writing but to the human heart. Thank you for reigniting my passion and gifting me focus and insights. —Kristen Schneider, founder, Wellblends; author, YOUR LIFE IS MEDICINE: Ayurveda for Yogis Jamie, you are so special to me and the most amazing person to come across my path at this particular time. You are right—all of those details do truly matter! —Liz Rash, memoirist Get your happy dance on, Jamie! If you missed the experience with Jamie Morris, I’m really sorry. Learn More From the moment I facilitated my first writer’s group, I’ve been on a mission: to help other writers make their mark. Van Cleave, Creative Writing BFA Coordinator, Ringling College of Art and Design; author of THE WEEKEND BOOK PROPOSAL (Writers Digest); MEMOIR WRITING FOR DUMMIES (John Wiley & Sons); BEHIND THE SHORT STORY, with Todd James Pierce (Longman)Jamie: I am so freaking in love with you, this process, and my book! I’m very excited to just write the way I did when I was a kid, to just have fun and roll with my instincts. So profoundly grateful for you and the forces that guided us together for this. It was awesome how you and I were able to work intuitively together. Guided by Tarot expert and workshop leader, the inimitable Jamie, we each created something new, a result of the encouraging and provocative prompts she gave us. My feedback can pave the way toward your publishing and solopreneurial goals. —Beth Lambdin, blogger, essayist, film reviewer Jamie, thank you so much for all your love, encouragement, and expertise this morning! You were so integral in helping me with my character arcs in FORETOLD—and with the underlying theme! —Tabitha Dial, MFA, author, poet; Tarot and Tea Leaf Readings by Tabitha I must report on the truly remarkable day that Jamie Morris created for Life Art Studio, called “Your Creativity is in the Cards.” I’m tellin’ you, it was A-MAZING. She’s a warm, encouraging angel on your shoulder, but she’s also got the skills, experience, and good judgment to help you vanquish your weaknesses and capitalize on your strengths. Big Shared World is already better thanks to your involvement.
Hope Babette Tang Humanism in Healthcare Essay Contest. 4th year – Stanford Medical School; Grant M. Smith, 4th year – Harvard Medical School; Nicky Mehtani, 2nd year – Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; Alexander Andrews, 3rd year – University of Michigan Medical School; David Ramski, 3rd year – Georgetown. The Freedman Award for Undergraduate Research in Anthropology was awarded to Mikaela Hamilton, Samantha Stern, Annika Tomson, and Eugenia Xiao. The Engaged Learning Award for Undergraduate Research in Anthropology was awarded to Mikaela Hamilton and Angaelica La Pasta. The Asian Studies Summer Study, Research, and Service Travel Grants went to Emma Berger (China, partly funded by the Irene M. Anderson Summer Travel Scholarship for culture study and experience in East Asia), Anuhea De Lude (Thailand), Michael Mauer (Japan), Erick Palma (Japan), Paola Camacho-Lemus (Japan), and Sasha Chanko (Japan). Smith/Russell Mann Gift for top beginning and intermediate Japanese language students was awarded to Linus Setiabrata and Zhelun Zhang. The Outstanding Performance Award for intermediate Japanese language went to Shumei Guan. Sukle award for top third-year Japanese language student was awarded to Xin Yi Julie Chen.
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The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity is pleased to congratulate the 2017 winners of The Elie Wiesel Foundation Prize in Ethics Essay Contest. Click on. Third Prize $1,500 Michael Ivory An Outsider's Epiphany While Playing an Insider's Game Duke University. Honorable Mention $500 each Ryan Duffy Ethics for. The judges are deliberating over the winners of the grand prize. As they sift through the entries, we invited you to vote for your favorite story to win the Readers’ Choice Award. O’Rourke A Gift for the Daughter of Demeter by Emily Currie A Curse and A Prayer by Hannah Custer The Queen Bee by J. Darcy So Pretty by Molly Mack The Miraculous Hand of Fatima by Jan Darling Life Saver by John Dawson Forgive Me by Jessica Deen Crisp Money by Junior Demerara Auto Reply: Out of Office by J. 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Contest participants receive six weeks’ access to the workshopping community to get feedback on their short stories, novel chapters, and other writing pieces. Kwok The whole ocean in you by Kostiantyn Kyrpach A Future Victory by Catherine Lamb By Maiden’s Hand by Monique Legaspi Think Tank by Katana Lemelin People who Care by A. Shuan Smith Marcy by Renette Steele Your Choice by Sherrie L. Storm An Unexpected Turn by DL Strand Dry Well by Robert David Strawn Raising Ghosts by Kris Traverse MONSTER by Christina Trevino (also writing as Roegin) ‘Til Death Do Us Part by Aurelie Trine The Hawk in an Aviary by Jun Tsang The Freedom Thief by Hannah Tussing The Lost Memories of Hyacinth Reeves by K. Updike The Cost of a Legacy by Skyler Vincent The Town That Time Forgot by Grace Walker The Father, The Son, and The Holy Guitar by Terra L. You can find all the stories writers chose to publish in the contest below. Walker A Death Roll and Hail Mary by Rod Wallace To Protect by Jordan Washington A Sister’s Choice by K. Riley POWER OF THE RING AND THE AMULET by Karin E Weiss Life’s Curveball – Sydney by LRW Happy and You Know It by James Whittaker Strong Enough by R. If you chose to publish your story, we encourage you to read this guide to help you get the most out of publication on Short Fiction Break. Adair A Mother’s Sacrifice by Kayla Aldan Third Shift by Michael Alden Making Things Right With Ziggy by Joe Arcara The Appraisal by Odet Aszkenasy So Much Darkness by Judy Atterberry Time Will Tell by Prakriti Bakshi The Turning by Levli Barzel White Anemones by L. Beddes In God I trust by Dominick Bianco Punching the Clouds by Judy Blackburn Cheeseburger and A Bang by K. Blanco Jail by Joslyn Boissiere The Sweetness by Zia bon Signore Trip by Claude Bornel Too Soon by Mia Botha There is Nothing Outside by Rey Braccini Critique by James Braun Time to Go by Roberta Brown The Hanging Tree by Liam Buck Test Story by Joe Bunting Neighbor Danger by Sheila Burns Lake Reveur by B. Burns The Never List by Rita Campbell Hobson’s Choice by J Hardy Carroll Peyton Got His Gun by Tom Chambless One Final Leap by Jennifer Chance The End of the Struggle… Chase I Am Not A Crook by Joslyn Chase Now Or Never by T. Scott Wiley In the Lion’s Den by Joya Williams The New Ramtha by J. Wilson I do, I do by Jo Winwood FREE AS A BIRD by Gayle Woodson Murder of Morals by Lina Wrangert A Mother’s Choice by Sofia Emory The 9mm Kiss by Miguel A. Ziegler The Wishing Well by Janna Zuercher Congratulations to all who entered!
How did you hear about us? MHC America Logo MCH-America-Inc-5000. Navigation. Offering · Team · Park Owners · Press · Contact Us. Team. Dave Reynolds · Frank Rolfe · Ryan Smith · Jamie Smith · Eric Siragusa. Contact Information. 888-642-2007 info@ 110 NW 2nd Street Cedaredge, Colorado. Website: https:// Who's Eligible: 8th graders through grad students Award Amount: Up to $20,000Due Date: April-May Requirements: Bone up on your objectivism and you could land some serious college cash. Students who compose award-winning essays on Ayn Rand's books will walk away with cash prizes and a novel award to put on their college application. Deadlines and age restrictions vary according to the novel so hit the official site to learn the exact requirements.
Before submitting to contests in 2018, visit POETS & WRITERS magazine's online Writing Contests, Grants & Awards page. Their database of legitimate creative writing contests—including poetry contests, short story competitions, essay contests, awards for novels, and more—has been carefully reviewed. One of artist/poet. Edward Martin Filar October 8, 1934 – February 25, 2018 Edward Martin Filar of Bremond, TX passed away Sunday, February 25, 2018 at his residence at the age of 83 years old. Mary’s Seminary for a year in Houston, Tx but that was not Gods plan. During their marriage they had a son, Mark who was stillborn in 1967. He also had a hay bailing company that was left to him by his father and bailed hay for many customers in Bremond and threw out the county. He was born to Louis and Victoria Filar on October 8, 1934 in Bremond, TX. On February 12, 1966 he married Cecilia Mary Wierzbicki in Bremond. He loved his farm and would go sit out at the farm for hours. Ed was the last member of the Polish, Steve Okonski Band. For 7 yrs the whole family worked from cooking to waiting tables. He was preceded in death by the following band members; Steve Okonski, Theodore Yanowski, Carroll Bashinski, and Jimmy Filar. If you knew Ed, you know he loved his scratch offs and he had his favorite numbers he played every week.
Video Essay Contest Winners 2017. $500 First Place Prize for the best Video Essay is offered through the generosity of Heartland Bank & Trust. Kim's First Credit Card by Logan Frerichs, Sydney Gallo, Aidynn Chism, & Kate Smith - supervised by Marshall Schacht at St. Joseph Ogden High School. $250 Second Place Prize. Ryan Patrick Smith holds a BA in English from Transylvania University and MFA in poetry from the University of Missouri–St. His poetry, runner-up in the 2015 Boston Review Poetry Contest and semifinalist in the 2015 Discovery Poetry Contest, appears or is forthcoming in the . What was your original impetus for writing “Augury”? The gas station in the poem is the place where I worked for half a year after I graduated college; as in the poem, a tree overhung the roof and the branches collected a starling flock in the fall. Working at the gas station, observing the starlings, got me thinking about human versus nonhuman epistemologies. More interesting to me as a human is why I am made so anxious at this kind of mystery; what’s the source of this envy for that rare ability to have it intuitively together, to synchronize desire, to know exactly when to get out? When a murmuration of starlings takes off, they’re first all together in a tree making this eerie chatter, but then the starlings suddenly go completely. Because I wrote the first draft of the poem around Halloween, there was also a sense that the birds were an expression of horror—as bird behavior often is, like in Hitchcock’s but also a response to horror.
Apr 20, 2011. Maryland High School Student Wins National John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest. Those students are Ryan Durazo, a junior at St. Anne's Belfield School in Charlottesville, Virginia, for his essay on former City Councilman and current mayor of Newark, New Jersey, Cory Booker; Tianhao. We Can Be Heroes: On Freelance and the Importance of LGBTQ Superheroes. (, 32.2mb) Writer Andrew Wheeler talks about his book Freelance (from Chapter House Press) and gives a history of LGBTQ Superheroes from the resistance of them, focusing primarily on Marvel and DC Comics. Going from the beginning of newsstand comics through the comics code, to various characters in Marvel and DC and other depictions of LGBTQ people and making previously straight characters gay. There is a brief question and answer session at the end. [Note: I missed the first few minutes of this panel where Andrew was giving an introduction of himself.] Jack Kirby's Consciousness, Roger Zelanzny's Lord or Light, Barry Ira Geller and the Real Argo (, 45.1mb) On the panel was Barry Ira Geller and Mike Royer.
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Do you think it is possible to end extreme poverty in the next 30 years? If so how? Scholarship Information The Ryan & Jamie Smith Essay Contest is. The Ryan and Jamie Smith Essay Contest is available to students who are at least 18 years old and enrolled in an accredited educational institution. To enter, you must submit an essay of less than 1000 words answering the following question: "Do you think it is possible to end extreme poverty in the next 30 years?
Description The Ryan and Jamie Smith Essay Contest is available to students who are at least 18 years old and enrolled in an accredited educational institution. To enter, you must submit an essay of less than 1000 words answering the following question “Do you think it is possible to end extreme poverty. He is Godzilla in a Big Ten college cap—consuming, fucking, and/or fucking up everything in his path. He shovels hot wings and the boozy contents of red plastic cups into his gaping maw with abandon, punctuating each conquest with a guttural roar. Like our pussy grabber in chief Donald Trump, he's fluent in "locker-room talk" and is obsessed with winning (or the appearance thereof), with dominion over all, no matter how base or trivial, and by any means necessary. He views life as a ceaseless dick-measuring contest. He is the Chicago bro, that youngish, moneyed jagoff who never outgrew the frat house. Even his offer of a high five comes coupled with the threat of menace: the sudden reversal of an outstretched open hand into a cheap sack tap. He is forever 21, an entitled boy king lording over his tiny postcollegiate fiefdom.
Scholarship title Ryan and Jamie Smith Essay Contest. Applicable Majors All Fields of Study. The Ryan and Jamie Smith Essay Contest is available to students who are at least 18 years old and enrolled in an accredited educational institution. To enter, you must submit an essay of less than 1000 words answering the. You can check out my recent sales to get a sense of what I've worked on. Evergreen favorites include Erin Bowman, Nina La Cour, Zoraida Cordova, Adi Alsaid, Amy Spalding, Lauren Morrill, Stephanie Kuehn, Mindy Mc Ginnis, Nova Ren Suma, Veronica Rossi, Justina Ireland, Cindy Pon, and Susan Dennard. --- Science Fiction & Fantasy: Looking for accessible fantasy and sci-fi, especially SFF that does a bit of genre blending. (sci-fi smashed up with noir and mystery) are great comps for what I love. Here's my current manuscript wishlist, as of January 2018. I'm currently (and always) searching for diverse sci-fi and fantasy YA novels, books that do a bit of genre blending, and heartfelt contemporary stories that'll make me laugh and/or cry. My favorite YA novels include by Akemi Bowman, and scores more. I also have the kind of books I don't want, listed at the bottom. Other favorites of mine include Cory Doctorow, Fran Wilde, Kat Howard, and Cherie Priest. Chakraborty's) by Sylvain Neuvel were my favorite SFF reads of 2017. Note, just because what you're writing isn't on here, doesn't mean I'm not interested in it (unless I specifically say that, of course). Also see Chuck Wendig's entire publication history. --- Cookbooks: I'm particularly interested in cookbook ideas from bloggers. If you think you've got something I might enjoy based on my tastes, send me a pitch! I love a memorable voice in genre, and his is one of the best. Do you have an awesome food blog with a growing audience? Are you an active part of the food blogger community? I'm very open to helping develop ideas here, even if the book isn't quite there yet.
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Mrs. Smith has experience overseeing the management of various types of real estate properties, focusing on investor relations, capital raising, and acquisitions. She has managed a rent collection company, and is the manager of the Ryan and Jamie Smith Foundation. She authored a highly reviewed book on investing in. The Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday revealed the feature film lineup for its 17th edition, which is set to take place in April in New York. The festival's closing-night film will be the world premiere of Oscar-nominated director Liz Garbus' documentary , starring Ewan Mc Gregor, Lea Seydoux, Rashida Jones and Theo James. The feature-film program will include 96 movies (51 narrative features and 45 documentaries) from 103 filmmakers, selected from more than 8,789 submissions. Of those 96 films, 46 percent are directed by women, the highest percentage in Tribeca history, coming at a time in which the number of female helmers in Hollywood continues to receive scrutiny. The Competition section includes 12 documentaries; 10 U. narrative features and 10 international narrative features; 14 Spotlight narrative features; 15 Spotlight documentaries; five Midnight films, 16 Viewpoints selections; and 11 special screenings. The lineup consists of 75 world premieres, five international premieres, nine North American premieres, three U. The Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival also will return this year, for its 12th edition, with five documentaries, one narrative feature film, a shorts program and more to be announced. “We are proud to present a lineup that celebrates American diversity and welcomes new international voices in a time of cultural and social activism,” Tribeca Enterprises executive vp Paula Weinstein said in a statement. “Our films succeed in being both entertaining and illuminating which is what you desire from great storytellers.” Added Tribeca programming director Cara Cusumano: “In a year that has reminded us more often of our divisions than our connections, this Festival's program embraces film’s unique power to overcome differences — that connecting with stories not our own is the road into our deeply programmed human capacity for empathy and understanding. We hope that in representing a wealth of undiscovered stories and unique perspectives — including those of a record number of female directors — these 96 films offer a collective journey towards narrower divides and smaller obstacles.” Artistic director Frederic Boyer said, “For our program this year, we have curated a selection of filmmakers whose distinct voices illuminate the world around us.