2011-2012 CAPA Writing Contest

2011-2012 CAPA Writing Contest

by Daniel A. Uitti
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2011-2012 CAPA Writing Contest by Daniel A. Uitti, Debbie Tosun Kilday

This is the anthology of the winners of the 2011-2012 CAPA Writing Contest. Daniel A Uitti, Editor/Chair; Richard Moriarty, President; Jerry Labriola, M.D., Honorary Chair; Brian Jud, Honorary Chair. Winners represent four divisions of entry. Essay: 1st Place David Garnes; 2nd Place Louis Arthur Norton; Honorable Mention Matthew Holden Lewis and Nandini Pandya. Poetry: 1st Place Karin Lefranc; 2nd Place Michael L. Kilday; Honorable Mention Janice O'Brien and Glenn Kowalski. Short Story: 1st Place Sandy Bedlovies; 2nd Place Richard Colon; Honorable Mention Murray Edwards and Gerald Rasmussen. Children Story: 1st Place MaryLou Silva; 2nd Place Elizabeth Bonadio; Honorable Mention Andrew Salchert and Jamison Nolan.

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BN ID: 2940014260787
Publisher: Connecticut Authors & Publishers Association / DaS
Publication date: 03/19/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 183 KB

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2011-2012 CAPA Writing Contest 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
DanielAUitti More than 1 year ago
A good anthology of essays, poetry, short story, children story in an easily affordable eBook format with DRM. This anthology is a great way to see the work of several authors. Several of these authors have other current work, including David Garnes; Louis Arthur Norton; Karin Lefranc; Michael L. Kilday; Gerald Rasmussen. Connecticut Authors & Publishers Association (CAPA) members Daniel A Uitti, Jerry Labriola, M.D., Brian Jud and Debbie Tosun Kilday all have current titles.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thank you so much for your kind words! Even with my "skill with words", I still cannot express to you how grateful I am for your compliments. As an answer to your question, I turned twelve years old in Febuary, and I am an aspiring author, as you could tell. Believe it or not, I meant for the book title to be Serenity; my stage name, though, is Jessa. I am definitely looking in to publishing, if not this book, than one of the others I have been working on. Congratulations on your early publishing; I know if you send me the title of the book, I would certainly buy it. Now, as you requested, a brief overview of the book: This story is set in a futuristic society, where Dark Ones, a demon-like species, had turned Earth into a wasteland of ash and fire. Few humans out of billions escaped the Dark Ones' grasp, and they discovered a very small island made up of wild, unprecedented forests. They ventured into the trees, away from the demons, and started a colony made up of warriors (WarFighters), nurturers (CareTakers), leaders (Elders), and food and material providers (Hunters). Since then, the colony has thrived, hidden from the Dark Ones. The story follows a young WarFighter named Raven, who discovers a nest of Dark Ones on an island near theirs, and they must prepare for war or perish.