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Click here for Rules, Information and Registration for the 2016 Montgomery Writes! Contest.

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2015 Contest Winners

Randall LuceRandall Luce FIRST PLACE
Fiction: Every Day is Not the Same
Randall Luce has self-published two novels, Motherless Children and Smokestack Lightning. He is married and has two grown sons. He works for a law firm and writes at night.

// Read Every Day is Not the Same //

Melanie S. HAtterMelanie S. Hatter RUNNER-UP
Fiction: A Shadow That Never Leaves
Melanie S. Hatter is the author of a novel, The Color of My Soul, and a short story collection, Let No One Weep for Me, Stories of Love and Loss.

// Read A Shadow That Never Leaves //

Rebecca BrowningRebecca Browning FIRST PLACE & RUNNER-UP
Creative Nonfiction: On the Verge of Dreaming and What She Left Me
Rebecca Browning is a writer living in Potomac.

// Read On the Verge of Dreaming //    // Read What She Left Me //

Adele Steiner BrownAdele Steiner Brown FIRST PLACE
Poetry: Sophia's Eyes
Adele Steiner Brown, poet, writer, and teacher, has been published in The Maryland Poetry Review, Gargoyle, So to Speak, and Smartish Pace, and in two books, Freshwater Pearls and The Moon Lighting.

// Read Sophia's Eyes //

Randall LuceMaggie Rosen RUNNER-UP
Poetry: Her Hand
Maggie Rosen lives in Silver Spring. She grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina. Her chapbook, Carolina Theatre, will be published by Red Bird Chapbooks in 2016.

// Read Her Hand //

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CURRENT ISSUE // October-November 2017

 
Montgomery Writes



WHERE ARE YOU? This steam engine no longer pulls cars through the county, but it reminds us of a time long before Metro trains did the job. The railroad did wonders for Montgomery County and ignited the move toward suburbanization. Photograph by Bill Kamenjar

One winner will be randomly selected from all correct answers received by November 10.
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CONTEST WINNER
Tom Marchessault of
of Gaithersburg recognized the landscape of the upcounty farm on Route 28 near Barnesville. He wins the framed print.
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