Issue #10: fame

Winners: Writers’ Award X ‘fame’

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by New Philosopher on March 6, 2016

We’re pleased to announce the winners of New Philosopher Writers’ Award X: Fame, which saw a record number of entries from right around the world.

The winner of the $1,000 first prize is psychiatrist Warren Ward, and the runner-up is Jim McCool – who was also runner-up in Award VIII ‘travel’. Both pieces will be published in the May 2016 edition of New Philosopher.

Winners were selected from this shortlist of ten writers (in alphabetical order by last name):

  • Tim Campbell
  • Jesse J. Fleay
  • Eleanor Gordon-Smith
  • Jed Lea-Henry
  • Jim McCool
  • Bruce Meder
  • Bartholomew Pawlik
  • Francisco Ramos
  • Amy V. Rubin
  • Warren Ward

Congratulations to all those who made the shortlist, which figures psychologists, academics, and professional writers, and includes four previous finalists: Jesse J. Fleay, Warren Ward, Jim McCool (runner-up Award XIII), and Tim Campbell. Tim continues to produce strong pieces and has made the shortlist six times.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to submit an entry. We do hope you will submit again for Award XI ’technology’ and we look forward to reading your submissions. Award XI closes 31 May 2016: http://www.newphilosopher.com/articles/prize/

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