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Writers' Collective winners honoured

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THE Winnipeg-based Writers' Collective has announced its 2009 poetry and non-fiction contest winners.

Jason Booth won first prize in the poetry category for his poem Goramedes, while Beverley Johnston topped the non-fiction entries with her piece Charlie, My Shepherd.

Second place in poetry went to Tara Wohlberg, third to Deanne Coombs.

John Barsby placed second for non-fiction and Adele Pronchuk placed third.

Poetry honourable mentions went to Debbie Strange, Jaime Drew, Christie Fischer and Stephen Daniel Berendt.

Runners-up in non-fiction were Debbie Miller, Paul Bilodeau and Cheryl Girard.

The awards will be presented Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Carol Shields Auditorium at the downtown Millennium Library.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 2, 2009 D2

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