the literary magazine of Gardner-Webb University

2010 Winners

Christine Bates of Winterville, North Carolina, won for the Rash Award in Fiction for her short story “The Night I Killed the Devil.”

Sarah Gordon of Athens, Georgia, won the Rash Award in Poetry for her poem “Apertures: Andalusia.”

 

Other Finalists in Fiction

Ben E. Campbell of Pearisbug, Virginia, for “Fool’s Gold”

Casey Clabough of Appomattox, Virginia, for “The Skeleton Woman”

Erica Plouffe Lazure of Exeter, New Hampshire for “Marchers”

Thomas Rain Crowe of Cullowhee, North Carolina, for “Back Porch Blues”

Thomas McConnell of Spartanburg, South Carolina, for “The Diggers”

Steve Mitchell of Winston Salem, North Carolina, for “The Naming of Ghosts”

Jan B. Parker of Fuquay Varina, North Carolina, for “Mayme”

Jon Sealy of Glen Allen, Virginia, for “Why We Shop at Wal-Mart at Midnight”

Robert Wallace of Durham, North Carolina, for “I Demand to Know When You’re Coming Home”

 

Other Finalists in Poetry

Kathy Ackerman of Tryon, North Carolina, for “Belladonna’s Designer Wigs, Etc.”

Peter Bergquist of Los Angeles, California, for “Gristle on the Bone”

Catherine Carter of Cullowhee, North Carolina, for “Occult Bat Encounters”

Jessie Carty of Charlotte, North Carolina, for “Hoarders”

Don Colburn of Portland, Oregon, for “Whoever Broke into My Car at the Trailhead”

Thomas Rain Crowe of Cullowhee, North Carolina, for “Newgrange”

Jane Hicks of Blountville, Tennessee, for “Glitter” and “The Color of Loss”

Ellaraine Lockie of Sunnyvale, California, for “Offerings to the Green Gods”

Laura Lomax of Greensboro, North Carolina, for “Pelicans at Prayer”

Marsha Mathews of Dalton, Georgia, for “Pastor Visits Parishioner”

Valerie Nieman of Greensboro, North Carolina, for “No More Haints”

Grace C. Ocasio of Charlotte, North Carolina, for “Ruth, the Moabitess” and “Stralande”

Kristen Rembold of Charlottesville, Virginia, for “Insomnia” and “The Call”

Maureen Sherbondy of Raleigh, North Carolina, for “Rapunzel at the Beach”

Jeffrey T. Williams of Goldsboro, North Carolina, for “Reconstructing the Whale”

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