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LWC students recognized for their 3-minute short stories
Winners: Maria Cozzens of Shelbyville, KY, who wrote "The Mystery of the Haunted Toilet"; Maria Cozzens of Shelbyville, KY, who wrote "The Mystery of the Haunted Toilet"; Kellie Mann of Chicken Bristle, KY, "Solitude"; Amelia Withers of Jamestown, KY, "The Light."
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By Duane Bonifer
News from Lindsey Wilson College
COLUMBIA, KY - A quartet of Lindsey Wilson College students was recognized this week for their creative writing. The four were winners in the "3-Minute Fiction Competition," sponsored by the college's "Lindsey Writes" initiative.
Students were invited to write up to a 600-word short story that included the phrase "I was so scared."
The winners, who received a cash prize, were recognized by Kentucky author and folklorist Lynwood Montell on Tuesday afternoon during a reading held in the Cralle Student Union Building.
The winners were:
This story was posted on 2013-10-31 16:31:28
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