Creative Writing Awards
Each year, CCAD students submit vibrant and risk-taking work to the Creative Writing Awards Series, an annual contest for CCAD undergraduates in three categories: prose (fiction/nonfiction), poetry, and screenwriting. For each genre, there is a winner ($300 + excerpt publication in the print issue of Botticelli) and a runner-up ($100 + possible publication in a future online issue of Botticelli). Award recipients have the option of reading at Red Wheelbarrow at Chroma: Best of CCAD. It's all part of CCAD's vital and inclusive community of literary artists.
To learn more about the winners of the Seventh Annual CCAD Creative Writing Awards, and read the judges' comments regarding their selections, click here.
Submissions generally are accepted early in the spring semester. Students may submit in more than one genre and do not have to be creative writing minors or have taken creative writing courses to submit. Submissions are reviewed anonymously by external judges from Columbus and abroad.
CCAD's Creative Writing Awards Series is made possible through the generous support of Bob Redfield and Mary Yerina.
Questions about the contest may be directed to Robert Loss, Writing, Literature, and Philosophy Department Head: [email protected]