Huntsville Literary Association has announced the 2014 winners of the high school writing competition, The Dorothy Diemer Hendry Award for Literary Achievement.
SHORT STORY WINNERS
First Place and awardee for the Dorothy Hendry Award for Literary Achievement, Michaela Geib of Grissom High School, Huntsville for her short story, “Sylph Discovery”; Second Place, Miranda Shapiro, Asbury School, Madison for “The Russian Swans”; and Third Place, Emma Stowe, Huntsville High School, for “The Funambulist.”
First Place and awardee for the Dorothy Hendry Award for Literary Achievement, Hannah McMillan of James Clemens High School, Madison, for her poem “Glory Years”; Second Place, Haley Palmer, Bob Jones High School. Madison, for “In Remembrance”; and Third Place, Sarah Manders, Westminster Christian Academy, Madison, for “Alice.”
First Place, Alanis Craig, Bob Jones High, Madison, for her artwork used in the cover of Expressions 2014 “Plugged In”; Second Place, Dylan Neal, James Clemens High School, Madison for “Edge of Obscure”; and Third Place, Mary Matus, Grissom High School, Huntsville for “The Seeing Eye.”
Numerous other students had noteworthy contributions and are included in HLA’s student anthology published by The Ardent Writer Press, Expressions 2014-Student Voices from North Alabama (subtitled Face time).
Expressions 2014 will be published in May 2014 and available on Amazon.