Announcing the Winners of the 2013 VanderMey Nonfiction Prize

June 04, 2013

Ruminate Magazine is excited to share with you the winners of the 2013 VanderMey Nonfiction Prize! The winners were selected by Brian Doyle, editor of Portland Magazine at the University of Portland and author of thirteen books, including the story collection Bin Laden's Bald Spot, the nonfiction books The Grail and The Wet Engine. You'll find the winning pieces in Issue 28: Not Forgotten—pick up a copy today!


FIRST PLACE
 Craig Reinbold - The Girl in the Photograph            

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND PLACE Lindsey DeLoach Jones - Fall in Love, Lourdemie            

 

HONORABLE MENTION Denise Frame Harlan - Smoke Rings

FINALISTS
Caroline Crawford - Tectonics of a Glacier Summer
Kerri Dieffenwierth - Swamp Angel Stomp
Debbie Hagan -Blind Curve
Mark Liebenow - Deeper Lake of Blue
Rachel Montany - Bone Loss
Emily Rosenbaum - The Green Light at the End of the Dock
Jeffrey Schneider - Tableland
Allison Backous Troy - Inertia

Thank you to all of you who submitted—we had a wonderful time reading your words.



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