Berbee-Walsh Writing Contest Winners
Imagine the emotional release of writing your true feelings. Now imagine getting paid for it.
Winners of the second annual Berbee-Walsh Writing Contest experienced just that this spring. Students from all grades at Perrysburg High School were invited to submit compositions between 200-2,500 words. A major requirement of the contest is that students could not get help from teachers.
Judges chose three top essays along with three honorable mentions. eSomethin is proud to present those compositions:
1st Place: Abby Henry, $1,000
2nd Place: Madison Wyraz, $750
A Letter, Unsent
3rd Place: Amanda Overy, $500
“On the Origins of Silence”
Honorable Mentions: $250 each
“When I Was Laid in the Earth”
“To The Woman Who Gave Me Life”
“What is Adoption?”
Congratulations to all the winners!
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