Jim Wayne Miller Celebration of Writing Contest

Jim Wayne Miller Celebration of Writing Contest

 
The Jim Wayne Miller Celebration of Writing is a contest hosted annually by WKU and is open to students in an English major or minor as well as those in creative writing classes. The contest is named after Dr. Miller who taught German language and literature at WKU for over thirty years until his death in 1996. Among writing essays, short stories, and plays, Dr. Miller could be best known for his poetry and numerous books including: Copperhead Cane (1964), The Mountains Have Come Closer (1980), Newfound (1989), and more.

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Submissions from 2016

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2016 Jim Wayne Miller Contest Winners, Creative Writing Committee

Submissions from 2015

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A Great Massacre, Brittany Brown

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Quickness, Hunter Conner

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2015 Jim Wayne Miller Contest Winners, Creative Writing Committee

Submissions from 2014

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2014 Jim Wayne Miller Contest Winners, Creative Writing Committee

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John Lennon: A Day in the Rye, Derek S. Ellis

Submissions from 2013

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2013 Jim Wayne Miller Contest Winners, Creative Writing Committee

Submissions from 2012

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2012 Jim Wayne Miller Contest Winners, Creative Writing Committee

Submissions from 2011

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2011 Jim Wayne Miller Contest Winners, Creative Writing Committee

Submissions from 2009

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Villainous Villanelle, Bradley Scott Ashley

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Distance, Lesley Doyle

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A Negative of My Brother, Regina Durkan

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Weirdo, Lucas Filip

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Coffee Shop Ghazal, Marianne Hale

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Chronometer, Bobbie Hayse

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A Funeral for Tea, Will Hollis

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Pick A Star, Katelyn Spalding

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Malfunction, Cody Tucker

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The Happiest Place on Earth, Kassidy Vaught