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Abbie Copps poetry contest winners announced at Olivet College
Mar 29, 2006

OLIVET, Mich. Olivet College hosted the 43rd annual Abbie Copps Poetry Competition Tuesday, March 28 in Dole Halls Klock Commons. The winning poems were announced and read during the event.

Rebecca Emlinger Roberts, of Oxford, won first place for her poem Chop. Honorable mention awards went to: The Endurance of Black Walnuts, by Ann Andrews, of Lansing; The Empty Spaces are Freezing, by Robert Kite, of Interlochen; Plea from Pavlovs Dog to His Master, by Kara Krewer, of Interlochen; For Mrs. Jones: The Bus Driver and One Mississippi Two Mississippi, by Phyllis Unkefer, of Interlochen; and Apprentice to the Secret, by Andrea Watson, of Taos, N.M.

Since 1964, unpublished poems from across the world have been sent to Olivet College and judged as part of the Abbie Copps Poetry Competition. Cash prizes are awarded and top poems are printed in the Garfield Lake Review, the colleges literary arts magazine.

For more information, call (269) 749-7678.


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