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Posted on June 23, 2014 by Dawn Zimmer
Mesa Community College students Bill Alewyn and David Klose received awards at the annual Student Literary Competition hosted by the League of Innovation.
The competition was open to nationwide community college students and accepted submissions in the following categories: fiction, one-act play, poetry and essay. Alewyn’s one-act play, “The Faulkner Hemingway Letter,” received first place, while Klose’s poem, “Dividing by Zero,” came in second place. All national entries received a Certificate of National Merit and publication in the League’s student literature compilation.
National winners in first, second and third received cash prizes.
East Valley Tribune. June 19, 2014
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