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Contest Winners of 2014 Creative Writer's Notebook Short Story

To all who entered the 2014 Creative Writer’s Notebook Short Story Contest, here are the winners and honorable mentions. Thank you for entering and congratulations to all whose entries are named on this list. I will need you to send me the digital Word file of your short story as soon as possible along with your bio (updated if I already have one on file because of other contests).
 
If your story or other entries did not make the list this time, please keep trying. The 2015 Short Story Contest begins shortly and you have until Jan 31, 2016 to get your entries in. I will send out the guidelines later this month.
 
Again, thank you all for entering. The Judges’ comments and scores will be forthcoming.
 
Mary Lois
 
Mary Lois Sanders
Publisher/Managing Editor
Creative Writer’s Notebook
Court Jester Publications
 
2014 CWN Short Story Contest Winners and Honorable Mentions
 
FIRST
The Bunker
DOYLE, Mike
SECOND
Grimm
PETRO, Jack
THIRD
The Melody Caper
WATKINS, Allen
 
 
 
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Left Out in the Cold
MAURER, David L.
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Last Chance
NEWHOUSE, Mark H.
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Suspicions
BARBOSA, Linda
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The Cook
WATKINS, Allen
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Ghosts In The Library
CRANDALL, Patricia
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There Are No Dahlias in Detroit
CHIZAK, Lawrence J.
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Catching the Critter Under the Bay Window
ROBINSON, Cathleen
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Maestro
MARTIN, Larry
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A Pinch of Spice
CRANDALL, Patricia
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Yanks
WARNER, William J.
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What Happened on Serpentine Hill
ROBINSON, Cathleen
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Last in the Stick
WARNER, William J.
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Why Eat Alone
PAHZ, Jim
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The Virgin Heart
RUSSELL, Vanessa
HM
Bad Decisions
SMITH, Ray Allen
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The First Time
STARK, Jim
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Coming Home - 1968
RIDGE, Francis X., Jr.
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Duende Moments
PADIAN, James
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Dark Purpose
SNIVELY, David
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Alpaca Games
SNIVELY, David
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Itchy Wishy Twitchy
MALINGER, Christopher
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The Lovesong of Akina
JOHNSON, Millard
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A Matter of Time
FISLER, Barbara C.
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Jack and the Diamond Smugglers
GRAHAM, David B.
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Free to Be Me
CAPORALE, Claudia
 

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