Read all the winners, runners up and readers’ choice favourites in the U of T Magazine 2015 Writing Contest
U of T Magazine congratulates the winners, runners-up and “Readers’ Choice” winners in the 2015 Writing Contest.
Judges in the U of T Magazine Short Story contest selected “Man and Mana,” by Amanda Lang (BA 2012 Victoria, BEd 2014) as the winner.
Judges in the U of T Magazine Poetry contest selected an untitled poem by Michael Todd (MA 1979) as the winner.
In the Flash Fiction contest, the judges chose “Boxer’s Bargain,” by Alexandra Atiya. a master’s student at the Centre for Medieval Studies, as the winner.
Each of the winners received $750 and publication in the Autumn 2015 issue of U of T Magazine.
Our judging panel selected “A Pilgrimage to Atalaia,” by Carmelinda Scian (BA 1994 Woodsworth, MA 2005) as runner-up in the story contest.
“Somnolent Table,” by Sandra Kasturi (BSc 1984 UTM) was runner-up in the poetry contest.
And “Mary,” by Marina Martin (formerly Idema), who graduated 1968 with a diploma in Physical and Occupational Therapy, was runner-up in the Flash Fiction contest.
In online voting, readers selected “The Boy on the Streetcar,” by Tanaz Bhathena (BCom 2007 UTM) as their favourite.
Online voters also selected “Somnolent Table,” by Sandra Kasturi, as their favourite poem, and “Mary,” by Marina Martin, as their favourite flash fiction entry.
Thanks to all who entered and congratulations to all finalists!