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White-Howells Prizes in Poetry and Prose


Open to students from all departments. Established in 1922 by Abby White-Howells in honor of her two sons, grandchildren of Horace White and William Dean Howells. The prize for the best work of prose is awarded for fiction or drama.

2020

Winners: Meg C. Kulikowski (Poetry), Julia Dirkes-Jacks (Prose)
Honorable Mentions: Benjamin Richmond Katz and Kendra Grogan (Poetry)

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