The following individuals
served as jurors charged with the responsibility of reviewing
applications and making funding recommendations for the 2004
awards: Lisa Chavez, Albuquerque, N.M.; Rick Hillis, Greencastle,
Ind.; T.R. Hummer, Athens, Ga.
Following are the 2004
Literary Award recipients. The information provided indicates the
writer, city of residence, title and genre of the work, followed
by the literary publication, editor and home city of the
publication. The list is presented in alphabetical order according
to the literary magazine title.
- David Michael Kaplan,
Chicago; "The Dead Boy," fiction; Another Chicago Magazine, Vol.
42, Barry Silesky, Chicago.
- Chris Mazza, Elburn;
"Tell Me," creative nonfiction; Another Chicago Magazine, Vol.
42, Barry Silesky, Chicago
- J. Weintraub, Chicago;
"My Mother's Recipes," creative nonfiction; Crab Orchard Review,
Vol. 8:2, Allison Joseph, Carbondale.
- Mary Dalton, Park
Ridge; "The Women in the Vines," fiction; Other Voices, Vol.
16:38, Gina Frangello, Chicago.
- Joe Meno, Chicago;
"Happiness Will Be Yours," fiction; Other Voices, Vol. 16:39,
Gina Frangello, Chicago.
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- Morgan McDermott,
Evanston; "Traction," fiction; StoryQuarterly, Vol. 39, M. M. M.
- Bridgid Pasulka, Chicago;
"The Lemon Tree," fiction; StoryQuarterly, Vol. 39, M. M. M.
- Anna Maria Craighead-Kintis,
Chicago; "Either, Or," poetry; The Spoon River Poetry Review, Vol.
28:1, Dr. Lucia Cordell Getsi, Normal.
- David Bond, Carbondale;
"At the Wellness Center," poetry; The Spoon River Poetry Review,
Vol. 28:2, Dr. Lucia Cordell Getsi, Normal.
David Michael Kaplan,
Chicago; "Dream Boy," fiction; TriQuarterly, Vol. 117, Susan
Firestone Hahn, Evanston.
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