Awards

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LA VINESS AWARDS

There will be awards… many awards. To win a La Viness Award, your work must have a good story line with a beginning, middle, and end. It must be well edited. It must be interesting.

Currently, I am only offering two La Viness Awards:

#1. Middle Grade Fiction for Boys contest, which is open to all who attend the Ozark Creative Writers Conference in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, in October.

#2. La Viness Award for Living Mystery, for those who enter contests at the Arkansas Writers’ Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas, in June.

As more contests and awards are added, the First Place winners will be listed on this page.

2015 Middle Grade Fiction for Boys – Prix Gautney – “The Last Moon Feast”

2016 Middle Grade Fiction for Boys – Sherrie Akers – “Lights in the Cemetery”

2017 La Viness Award for Living Mystery – Carole Crow – “Mom’s Missing”
2017 Middle Grade Fiction for Boys – Shelley Anne Richter – “Winner’s Circle”

2018 La Viness Award for Living Mystery – Gary L. Breezeel – “Deception”
2018 Middle Grade Fiction for Boys – Jean Healan – “The Bike”

2019 La Viness Read.Write.Share! Contest – Jonelle Grace Lipscomb – “Goodnight Gracie”
2019 La Viness Award for Living Mystery – Gary Rodgers – “Lights Over Little Red”
2019 Middle Grade Fiction for Boys – Coming soon!

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