jueves, 22 de marzo de 2012

Winners of the Rosetta Literary Contest 2012

Ladies and Gentlemen, the time has come to finally announce the winners of the Rosetta Literary Contest 2012!

We are very proud to tell you that we had over a hundred contestants worldwide! It was fabulous to see so many applicants for our first contest.

Our judges: editors, proofreaders and translators, read all of the works and then chose the winners taking into account the authors’ writing styles and literary expertise. During the process, the names of the applicants were not disclosed to the judges to prevent any bias on their decision.

The winners are:

1st Prize: The Converso: A Tale From Renaissance Iberia by Ginger Myrick

2nd Prize: Any Means to an End, The Lost Diaries of Richard Buchanan by Andrew R Welsh

3rd Prize: Le Danseur Grec by Jess Swann

Congratulations to all the winners!

We also have a couple of mentions:

Mentions: Juana García and Nicolás Gonzales

Congratulations to everyone and thank you all for participating in the Rosetta Literary Contest 2012!

4 comentarios:

  1. CONGRATS Ginger and the other winners! What a thrill!

  2. Congrats Ginger. Love your writing.

  3. Well done Ginger! You deserve it.

  4. I was very pleased to come 2nd! Congratulations to I guess what must be an even happier winner! Well done Ginger Myrick. For those unfamiliar with my writing (which is probably everyone), please check out my blog http://anymeanstoanend.blogspot.com/ for the relevant links so that you may become familiar with it.
    Andrew R Welsh