The final day for mailing entries to the Soul-Making Keats (SMK) literary competition is November 30. In the past decade, many area writers have won an impressive number of awards and honorable mentions in this San Francisco contest. SMK receives hundreds of submissions from throughout the United States and other countries.
In the 2021 competition, students from Northumberland High School (NHS) entered the prose category for youth, and two of them won second- and third-place awards, reported local writer, Rappahannock Community College instructor Gail Wilson Kenna, an SMK judge.
NHS English department chairman Michelle Roberti reports students will again enter submissions in prose, and possibly in poetry.
The two youth and 11 adult categories comprise an outreach….
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