Academic journal article Christianity and Literature

News and Announcements

Academic journal article Christianity and Literature

News and Announcements

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[Copy for all future announcements should be directed to the following: Paul J. Contino and Maire E. Mullins, Coeditors, Christianity and Literature, Humanities Division, Pepperdine University, 24255 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA 90263-4225. Please anticipate lead time of three months between submission and publication.--Ed.]

2004 CCL Student Writing Contest

The Conference on Christianity and Literature is pleased to recognize winners of the annual Student Writing Contest. David Wright (Wheaton College), who organized this year's competition, reports that submissions were received from more than 80 undergraduates representing 15 different campuses. Judging entries this year was Jeff Gundy (Bluffton University), author of four collections of poetry as well as two books of creative non-fiction. The William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company has again kindly awarded gift certificates of $100 for the first prize, $75 for the second prize, and $50 for the third prize in each category. Listed below are the authors of winning entries.

Poetry

  First Prize:        Adam Petty
                      (Calvin College)

  Second Prize:       Garrett Pruessner
                      (Abilene Christian University)

  Third Prize:        Walter Miedema
                      (Redeemer University College)

Fiction

  First Prize:        Leigh Ann Ruggiero
                      (Wheaton College)

  Second Prize:       Amanda Helms
                      (Abilene Christian University)

  Third Prize:        Sam Martin
                      (Redeemer University College)

Non-Fictional Prose

  First Prize:        Nathan Systma
                      (Calvin College)

  Second Prize:       Alicia Kraft
                      (Wheaton College)

  Third Prize:        Joyce Albas
                      (Redeemer University College)

CCL Regional Meetings and Calls for Papers

The CCL Western Regional Meeting, focusing on the theme "Who Is My Neighbor? …

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