Writing doesn’t have to be a lonely business. Here to prove that the myth of the solitary writer is just that—a myth—are the results of our 2019 Collaboration Contest. We received work reflecting the creativity of two brains instead of one across, and in some cases, defying genres. After much compelling reading and deliberation, we’re delighted to announce the following winners:
The results are:
- Winner: “Every Porch a Threshold” by Kristine Langley Mahler and Jennifer Wortman
- Finalist: “Daydream in a Bookstore about Men in This Life” by Constance Camille and Judith Roney
- Finalist: “matutinal/vespertine” by Bailey Grey and Danielle Rose
The winner and both finalists are linked above for your reading pleasure, and they will be featured in issue 16.
Congratulations to all!