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COMPETITION RESULTS LIST

The Haiku Award
Spring, Still 2


[Sponsored by still, a journal of short verse]


1st Prize   $406 [250]

William M. Ramsey
Florence, South Carolina
2nd Prize   $245.40 [150]

Larry Kimmel
Colrain, Massachusetts
3rd Prize   100

Lucy Mitchell
Blackrock, Co. Dublin


Congratulations to the winners and 35 runners up. The winning entries and those of the runners up will be published in Still 2, Issue Two.

This recent Haiku Award has been another big success with the standard of entries continuing to be very high indeed. My thanks to all who participated. The prize money for both the Still 2 Autumn Haiku Award and the Still 3 Spring Haiku Award has been increased from 500 to 1,000 per competition. The total of 2,000 in prize money for both competitions has to be won.

The 35 Runners Up :

The Princess
        Marina Yedigaroff
Dylan Pugh
John Tatum
William M. Ramsey
Gabriel Rosenstock
Paul Amphlett
Alan Peat
John Rowe
Leo Lavery
Fay Aoyagi
Larry Kimmel
Linda Fisher
Leo Lavery
William M. Ramsey
Donald McLeod
Michael Facherty
Marc Freeman
Neal Box


Melton Mowbray
Brighton
Florence, South Carolina
Gleann NagCaorach
Bath
Oldham
Yapton
Lisburn, Co. Antrim
San Francisco
Colrain, Massachusetts
Longlevens
Lisburn, Co. Antrim
Florence, South Carolina
Sherman Oaks, California
Kidmore End
Leytonstone
Reigate
Garry Gay
Thomas Williams
Robin Estill
Leo Lavery
Donald McLeod
Alan Peat
ernest j. berry
Biman Roy
Thomas Williams
Larry Kimmel
Gabriel Griffin
Thomas Williams
Ian Purser
Sue Duffield
Kohjin Sakamoto
The Princess
        Marina Yedigaroff
John Rowe
Santa Rosa, California
Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
Mossley
Lisburn, Co. Antrim
Sherman Oaks, California
Oldham
Picton, New Zealand
Vestal, New York
Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
Colrain, Massachusetts
Orta San Giulio, Italy
Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
Wanstead
Northchurch
Kyoto


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