Appalachian writers breathe words. Like meditation. They might gaze out the window, past that liminal space, and describe simple raindrops, circular, solid, and sparkling atop thick green leaves after a summer shower, each one a separate little universe, a micro-microcosm disturbed, perhaps, by a lone redbird landing abruptly on a
Appalachia Bare is proud to showcase our Honorable Mention winner of the George Washington Harris Short Story Contest. Bridgette Johnson holds a Bachelor’s of English from East Tennessee State University and Master’s in Library and Information Sciences from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. She is a mentee in Author Mentor Match,
Appalachia Bare is proud to showcase our Third Prize winner of the George Washington Harris Short Story Contest. Daniel Dassow is a sophomore at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he studies English Literature, Creative Writing, and Religious Studies. He serves as a Staff Writer with UT’s editorially-independent student newspaper
Appalachia Bare is proud to showcase our First Prize winner of the George Washington Harris Short Story Contest. Linda Hinkle is a former Army Combat Medic and a current solitary practicing Pagan. She resides with her loving husband and two grown sons in Ooltewah, Tennessee. She was born and
Appalachia Bare is proud to announce the winners of our George Washington Harris Short Story Contest. We want to thank all those who entered the contest. We found it a joy to read everyone’s work. Each exceptional story is woven so admirably and our decisions were reached with painstaking considerations.
The deadline for Appalachia Bare’s George Washington Harris short story was November 10. The contest is currently closed to submissions. Winners will be announced by December 15. We appreciate your interest. Please follow our website for more contest information in the future. We accept submissions year-round.
The George Washington Harris Short Story Contest is currently closed for submissions. Thank you for your interest. Please follow Appalachia Bare for more contest information in the future. We accept submissions year-round. Appalachian artists and writers have a unique perspective on life. Much of our inspiration derives from family and