Juliana Harris Wins Grand Prize in National Writing Contest

KaleidoscopeWoJo Reflections on Women’s Journeys has announced the Grand Prize Winner of its Holiday Writing Contest. “The Great K-10 Race” is the winning essay, written by Juliana Harris. The goal of Kaleidoscope is to empower women writers through the written word but also through workshop/seminars and webinars. These activities foster the art of storytelling at the individual group and team levels. Their contests are held on a regular basis with a $100 award for first place. “They asked for a reminiscence of family holidays and I submitted a piece I had written about a Thanksgiving years ago,” said Harris, who is President of the Guilford Poets Guild. “I shared it with Guild at one of our bi-monthly meetings and their enthusiasm caused me to submit it.” She is the author of two novels, a chapbook of poetry and her book, Murder at the Tavern: A Guilford Mystery, is currently available at Breakwater Books in Guilford.

Read the Winning Entry Here


2 thoughts on “Juliana Harris Wins Grand Prize in National Writing Contest

  1. Julie!!!!!! Bravissima!!!!! This is fantastic!!! ?????? Nan

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