The Winners: Announced!
Written by Andrew Keating
Well, I’m not really sure there’s much more that I can say that hasn’t been said already. Wow, I’m excited to publish the first print issue of Cobalt. Our editors worked through a lot of great stuff for this contest, and now it’s time to announce the winners.
I won’t waste any more time getting into it.
Here are the winners:The winner of the Cobalt Fiction Prize is Sandra Hunter, for her short story “Modern Jazz Parade.”
- Runners-up in fiction are Mark Wagstaff’s “Ms. Smith and Eileen Kelley’s “Pusser.”
The winner of the Cobalt Nonfiction Prize is Chelsey Clammer, for her essay “I Have Been Thinking About…”
- Runners-up in nonfiction are Cindy Zelman’s “Stuck in the Middle” and Marissa Korbel’s “Drawing Blood.”
The winner of the Cobalt Poetry Prize is Steven Leyva, for his poem “Rare in the East.”
- Runners-up in poetry are Kevin McLellan’s “About Our Beginning” and “Grief Game” by Sandra Kolankiewicz.
Congratulations to all the winners, we’ll be announcing more about the first print issue in the next week or two.
P.S. If you want to pre-order your copy of Cobalt Print Volume One click here! (25% off!)