Wednesday, September 28, 2016

And the winner is...

For the last three weeks, four wonderful writers participated in an online critique camp. They critiqued, they conferenced and then critiqued both their own work and those of the camp. 

Participating in her first fiction piece, Anke Hodenpijl shocked our class with an unbelievable rewrite. From a confusing short story devoid of a setting and motive came a lovable and lonely heroine—one that’ll be a top contender for the Writers of Kern Fall Writing Contest.

Congratulations, Anke!


 



Anke's work has appeared in the Phoenix Gazette, Denver Catholic Register and the Bakersfield Californian. Her poetry is included in an Art for Healing Anthology. 

4 comments:

An ke said...

Thank-you Clarissa and all the Critique Camp participants. I learned so much from all of you.

Clarissa Kae said...

It was fun, thank you to everyone for letting me do what I love!

Joan Raymond said...

Congrats Anke! And, thank you Clarissa for hosting a successful Critique Camp.

Annis Cassells said...

Excellent, Anke!
Clarissa, I'm thrilled with how successful your first Critique Camp was and look forward to participating one of these days. xoA