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The 2011 edition of The Broad River Review was edited by C. V. Davis. The publication contains fiction, non-fiction, art, poetry, and photography. The cover, "Two Girls with Umbrella," was painted by Jennifer Hart. The winner of the J. Calvin Koontz Poetry Award, given annually for a portfolio of poetry to a senior English major, is Nikki Raye Rice. The Broad River Review Editor's Prizes in Fiction and Poetry are chosen among all submissions from Gardner-Webb University students. The prize in poetry was awarded to J. Lauren Fletcher for her work titled, "Woman." The prize in prose was awarded to Amy Snyder for her work titled, "Fire." The Rash Awards, named in honor of Ron Rash, a 1976 graduate of Gardner-Webb University, are awarded annually for outstanding works in poetry and fiction. The 2010 award recipients are Christine Bates for her fiction work titled, “The Night I Killed the Devil” and Sarah Gordon for her poem titled, “Apertures: Andalusia.” George Singleton of Easly, South Carolina and Keith Flynn of Asheville, North Carolina, served as judges for the fiction and poetry contests, respectively.

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Gardner-Webb University


Boiling Springs, NC


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Arts and Humanities | Creative Writing | English Language and Literature | Fiction | Nonfiction | Poetry


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Volume 43 (2011)