WINNERS OF CITY PAPER'S 2015
FICTION & POETRY CONTEST

For fiction, first place went to Dan Hunt for “Founders Day,” second place to Tim P. Walker for “That Goddamn Chuck Mangione Song,” and third place to Zoë Zellers for “Meet Me Near the Sign for 2 For $3 Fish Filets.” There was a three-way tie in the poetry contest. The winners are “Train a Hypocrite,” by Julia Showalter, “Growing Discontent,” by Terrel Askew, and “Snowy Remembrances,” by Alan Barysh.
Second Place in Fiction: "The Goddamn Chuck Mangione Song"

Second Place in Fiction: "The Goddamn Chuck Mangione Song"

The itch hit me between Sporting Goods and the Garden Shop.

Third Place in Fiction: "Meet Me Near the Sign for 2 For $3 Fish Filets"

Third Place in Fiction: "Meet Me Near the Sign for 2 For $3 Fish Filets"

Let’s not smoke cigarettes tonight.

Tie for First Place in Poetry: "Train a Hypocrite"

Tie for First Place in Poetry: "Train a Hypocrite"

Megan, I think it’s great to train our brains

Tie for First Place in Poetry: "Snowy Remembrance"

Tie for First Place in Poetry: "Snowy Remembrance"

Snow in Gaithersburg is no big deal

Tie for First Place in Poetry: "Growing Discontent"

Tie for First Place in Poetry: "Growing Discontent"

Machinations from this rusted mind roar to life

Additional winners via archive.org

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