Marissa Landrigan Wins the "Flyway Home Voices" Award
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Marissa Landrigan, a writer in the MFA Program in Creative Writing and Environment, has won the "Flyway Home Voices" Award sponsored by Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment.
Writers in the MFA Program in Creative Writing and Environment were invited to submit work for the "Flyway Home Voices" award, sponsored by Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment. Ms. Landrigan's winning essay will be published in Flyway.
The winner and honorable mentions will read their work at the opening event of the 5th Annual Symposium on Wildness, Wilderness, and the Creative Imagination on Feb. 8, 2009. Congratulations to the following honorees!
WINNER: Marissa Landrigan, for essay, "Ended up Midwestern."
HONORABLE MENTION: Lonnie Carrick, for the following poems: "For Plats 18 and 36, Greene County, Iowa," "Gwen from Ord, Nebraska," and "The First Time I Felt Sorrow."
HONORABLE MENTION: Erica Romkema, for the following poems: "Early Days in the Farmer's Market," "The Way Things Are," "My Father's Hands," "Heritage," "Ritual," "in difference," "creek walking."