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Holmes Grenada announces Creative Writing Contest winners

Each year, the Holmes Community College Grenada Campus holds a Creative Writing Contest. All winners receive cash prizes furnished by the Holmes Foundation. First- and second-place winners are forwarded to the Mississippi Community College Creative Writing Association Contest and will be published in Holmes’ literary magazine, “Reflections.”

Winner of the Poetry category was Abbigale Kidd of Winona for “Yes, I Left” and “I Hate You.”

Winner for the Short Story portion was Marisa Logan of Coffeeville for “A Glimpse of the End.’

Finally, Ashlyn Gillespie of Greenwood was the Literary Essay winner for “Sherlock on the Spectrum.”

For more information about the Grenada Campus Creative Writing Contest, contact Amy Land at


IN THIS PHOTO: Pictured is Ashlyn Gillespie of Greenwood, who won the Literary Essay category in the Holmes Community College Grenada Campus Creative Writing Contest. Other winners (who were not available for a photo) were Abbigale Kidd of Winona and Marisa Logan of Coffeeville.

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