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2015 Nonfiction Prize:
1st Place - Susan Okaty
2nd Place - Frank Milligan
3rd Place - Phyllis Stewart-Ruffin
Hon. Mention - Midori Bamba
2015 Fiction Prize:
1st Place - Nealy Gihan
2nd Place - Michael Rigg
3rd Place - Rita Budrionis
Hon. Mention - Rae Spencer
2015 Poetry Prize:
1st Place - Kay Brownlow
2nd Place - Sharon Poch
3rd Place - Judith Fowler
Hon. Mention - Frank Milligan
Want to honor or memorialize someone special? For a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE contribution of $1,000 or more, you can endow HRW's 2016 FICTION, NONFICTION, or POETRY Prizes in that person's name.
HRW is a proud member of the Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads
Hampton Roads Writers, Inc. is a nonprofit, Virginia Beach, Virginia-based group of professional and aspiring writers, friends, and supporters of the arts who have joined together to promote the craft and passion of writing and the love of reading and literature in Virginia. We aim to encourage readers and writers of all ages and talents, as well as acknowledge and celebrate awareness of local and contemporary authors and their work. We serve as a resource to our community by creating and supporting literary events throughout the Hampton Roads area.
HRW thanks TowneBank and The Muse Writing Center in Norfolk for their sponsorship of the 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 Writers' conferences. Thanks, too, to Priority Pest Services, Beach Ford, and Anthony Knight of AllState insurance for their generous support of the 2015 writers' conference.
We'd also like to thank Virginia Beach Arts and Humanities Commission for a small grant in support of HRW's 2011 writers' conference and the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts for the generous supporting grant in 2010.
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