Saturday, March 14, 2015

Winners of the 11th Annual R. Darryl Fisher Creative Writing Contest

Poetry Winners
1st Place: Amanda Hiller, "Indian Summer" & "A Purple Columbine," Edmond Memorial High School. Teacher: Kelly Bristow
2nd Place: Caitlin Critchfield, "Things My Mother Told Me," Chickasha High School. Teacher: Jo Perryman
3rd Place: Cassidy Porter, "Puddles," Latta High School. Teacher: Holly Wood

Honorable Mentions:
Katy Felkner, "Roots," Norman North High School. Teacher: Kathy Woods.
Jayden Mills, "Completion Through Seeking," Chickasha High School. Teacher: Jo Perryman.
Arantxa Elizondo, "Starchild," Norman North High School. Teacher: Kathy Woods.
AshleyAnn Reese, "Feet To Toes," Moore High School. Teacher: Eileen Worthington.
James Bratton, "An Encounter With Diurnal Equivocators," Norman North High School. Teacher: Kathy Woods
Lynette Long, "Abandnoment," Norman North High School. Teacher: Kathy Woods.
Brayden Battershell, "Off the Screen," Chickasha High School. Teacher: Jo Perryman.
Nikki Kirby, "Untitled," Lawton High School. Teacher: Terry Freeman.
Kaolin Porter, "The Death of My Father," Edmond Memorial High School. Teacher: Kelly Bristow
Lillian Agee, "Dusty Photo," Lawton High School. Teacher: Terry Freeman

Fiction Award Winners
1st Place: Katelyn Elrod, “Detroit’s Finest Street Dwellers,” Chickasha. Teacher: Patty Shantz.
2nd Place: Zainab Sandhu, “Naveed’s Cricket Bat,” Norman North. Teacher: Kathy Woods.
3rd Place: Sawyer Robertson, “A Bed-time Story,” Norman North: Teacher: Kathy Woods.

Honorable Mention
Laekynn Parish, “The Lake of Tears,” Chickasha. Teacher: Jo Perryman.
Cheyenne Emo, “With Eyes Wide Open,” Moore. Teacher: Eileen Worthington.
Subhieh Matar, “Murder at the Theatre,” Deer Creek. Teacher: Jason Stephenson.
Noah Cowan, “The Person Boxer,” Edmond North. Teacher: Elizabeth Scott.
Aaron Wicker, “Finally Free,” Coleman. Teacher: Cara Dominick.
Katie Oldham, “The Haunted,” Westmoore. Teacher: Chelsee Lewis.
Tara Sepulveda, “The Fifth Boy I Kissed,” Claremore. Teacher: Jill Andrews.
Veena Muraleetheran, “The Truth of a Snapshot,” Norman North. Teacher: Kathy Woods.
Peter Biles, “Illusions, a City of Gold, and the Sea,” Latta. Teacher: Melinda Isaacs.
Molly Bray, “Britton Road,” Moore. Teacher: Eileen Worthington.

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