THE RESULTS ARE IN!

 

AND THE 2022 WINNERS ARE …!

Congratulations to all the young authors who told their stories and were brave enough

to share them with us. From more than 1200 entries, we selected 26 stories to publish

in Bluefire 2022.

Here are the $1000 for 1000 Words Creative Writing Contest Results for 2022

 

$1000 GRAND PRIZE WINNERS

Ivy Chen, 11th Grade, from Naperville, IL, for the story Where Dust Consumes.

 

Claire Guo, 8th Grade, from San Jose, CA,  for the story Gunpowder and Smoke.

 

$100 Prize Grade Level Winners

 

Jenny Hu, 12th Grade, from Cincinnati, OH, for the story Diet Mountain Dew.

 

Claire Li, 10th Grade, from Bellevue, WA, for the story Christmastime at Court.

 

Aravah Chaiken, 9th Grade, from New York City, NY, for the story A Wave Good-Bye.

 

Leah Tropper, 7th Grade, from Dallas, TX, for the story The Seven Chairs.

 

Eliya Wee, 6th Grade, from Menlo Park, CA, for the story Mo Chuisle; My Pulse.

 

Honorable Mention Winners

 

Richard Zhu, 12th Grade, from Highland Park, NJ, for the story The Angel’s Interrogation.

Callum Yeaman, 12th Grade, from San Francisco, CA, for the story The Little White Pill.

Mmachi Ezigbo, 11th Grade, from Daleville, VA, for the story Bring May Flowers.

Madhalasa Iyer, 11th Grade, from Plano, TX, for the story The Pallu.

Elani Spencer, 11th Grade, from Rochester, NY, for the story There is War in My Country.

Ashley Xu, 11th Grade, from Brookline, MA, for the story Three Body Problem.

Claire Buchanan, 10th Grade, from Bethesda, MD, for the story Movie of Memories.

Alyssa Wong, 10th Grade, from Hillsborough, CA, for the story The Crypt-Keeper.

Grace Liu, 9th Grade, from Ann Arbor, MI, for the story Pixie Girl Omophagia.

Michelle Chen, 9th Grade, from Boston, MA, for the story Watch as Everything Shatters.

Alaina Wallen, 8th Grade, from Harrisburg, PA, for the story Dear Doug (P.S. I want the kids back).

Chelsea Guo, 8th Grade, from San Jose, CA, for the story Hide-and-Seek.

Emily Yen, 7th Grade, from Houston, TX, for the story Just Like Magic.

Ada Forester, 7th Grade, from Portland, OR, for the story No Happily Ever After.

Christiana Hewines, 7th Grade, from Macomb, MI, for the story The Footsteps of Thousands.

Audrey Culler, 7th Grade, from Chattanooga, TN, for the story The Presentation.

Simon Bhuiyan, 6th Grade, from Canton, MI, for the story The Observation.

Mayowa Adegunle, 6th Grade, from Indianapolis, IN, for the story The Story of a Soulless Painter.

Hailey Chang, 6th Grade, from Irvine, CA, for the story Trains.

 


        Thank you to all our 2022 donors, readers, & contest judges!