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This award is presented to an IUPUI undergraduate student demonstrating excellence in a creative nonfiction piece. You may submit up to two essays. Work entered in this contest should come from true, real-life experiences or situations and may not also be entered in the Essay Award, the Eric Sharp Gateway Fiction Award, the Rebecca Pitts Fiction Award, or the Mary Louise Rea Short Story Award. Works written in W207, W301, and W401 may not be submitted for this award. Do not put your name on any submitted manuscript.
This award is for the best short story written in W206: Introduction to Creative Writing or W207: Introduction to Fiction Writing from the past year (last spring, summer, or fall semester). This award is given in memory of Eric Sharp, a former IUPUI student. For the Gateway Fiction Award, students may submit one story. Students may revise and edit their work before submitting it. Works submitted for the Gateway Fiction Award should not derive from the author’s real-life experiences and cannot also be submitted for the Creative Nonfiction Award. Do not put your name on any submitted manuscript.
This award will be given to the student with the best poem written in an introductory-level creative writing course. This award is given in memory of Eric Sharp, a former IUPUI student.
This award will be given to undergraduate students enrolled in the Department of English at the School of Liberal Arts. Recipients must be majoring in one of the following concentrations: creative writing, literature, English studies, or writing and literacy. Preference will be given to students who are juniors, in good academic standing and are Indiana residents.
This award is given to the best short story written by any student who has been enrolled in a creative writing course in the last 18 months and who is currently an undergraduate student at IUPUI. This award is made possible by a gift from the late Mary Louise Rea, Professor Emerita of English.