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Thank you to our readers, Bobbi Buchanan, Cecilia Woloch, Christopher Martin, D. Cameron Lawrence, and Michael Jackman, and to our final judges, Charles Dodd White in fiction, Dianne Aprile in nonfiction, and Steven R. Cope in poetry.

AVAILABLE DEC. 23: Print version of The 2014 New Southerner Literary Edition featuring winners and finalists in the James Baker Hall Memorial Prize in Poetry contest, as well as in the nonfiction and fiction categories. The print edition is $10 plus shipping. Content may be viewed free by clicking individual links below.

We will have a celebratory reading, free and open to the public, at The Bard’s Town in Louisville on Saturday, Jan. 17, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. In addition to the winners, we have invited finalists and semifinalists to read at this event in recognition of their excellent work. A limited number of print copies of the literary edition will be available for $10 each.

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FICTION PRIZE
Bald Man
By MARIETTA BALL

HONORABLE MENTION
Mickey Make-Out
By MARY POPHAM

FINALISTS
Speaking Opossum By NATHAN GOWER
Hosanna, a History By LORRAINE NORWOOD
Preacher Man By REBECCA ELSWICK

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NONFICTION PRIZE 
The Stone Child
By PAMELA REESE

HONORABLE MENTION
When Mountains Were Mountains
By KARYL ANNE GEARY

FINALISTS
Empty By TIA JENSEN
Punch Drunk By ERIN FITZGERALD 
When I Find Myself in Times of Trouble By KIMBERLY CRUM

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JAMES BAKER HALL MEMORIAL PRIZE IN POETRY
From a Southern Writer
By AMY TUDOR

HONORABLE MENTION
Bruised Lanterns
By ANN V. DEVILBISS

FINALISTS
stevie fell out By RON WHITEHEAD
Land for Sale By GUSTAVO PÉREZ FIRMAT
Triptych, Ending in Antietam By AMY TUDOR

SEMIFINALISTS
Letter to the Unborn By JONATHAN GLENN TRAVELSTEAD
Evening Sizzle-fish and Fiddleheads By RUTH HILL
The House of Hunley By TOM C. HUNLEY
Characters for a Novel of the Days By RICHARD HAGUE
arriving By RON WHITEHEAD

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