Three Eugene writers, local publisher win grants.
Fourteen writers and four publishers will receive Oregon Literary Fellowships grants, ranging from $600 to $3,000, from Literary Arts, a nonprofit organization. The recipients will be honored at a reception in February.
Judges awarded the following fellowships:
In poetry: Karen Braucher of Portland, Michael McGriff of Eugene, Myrna Pena-Reyas of Eugene.
In fiction: Lori Tobias of Newport; Gina Ochsner of Keizer; and Elizabeth Donley, Robert Hill and Joanne Tracy, all of Portland.
In literary nonfiction: Bobbie Willis of Eugene; and Diana Abu-Jaber and George Estreich, both of Portland.
In young readers literature: Addie Boswell and Nancy Osa, both of Portland.
A Ralph L. Smith Foundation fellowship in drama: Althea Hukari of Hood River.
Publishing fellowships: Calyx in Corvallis; Canary River Press in Eugene; and ORLO/The Bear Deluxe Magazine and Hawthorne Books & Literary Arts, both in Portland.
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|Title Annotation:||Arts & Literature|
|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Dec 8, 2002|
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