Taking Flight: 2012
Winston-Salem Writers

Taking Flight: 2012<br> Winston-Salem Writers
Taking Flight: 2012 is Winston-Salem Writers' second anthology and includes the seventeen winners of the three open contests for 2012: Anthology, 10-Minute Play, and Essay. All entries were judged blind by experts living in the North Carolina Piedmont: Malaika King Albrecht for Poetry; Andrea Brill for Creative Nonfiction; Sheryl Monks for Short Story; and Chris Roerden for Flash Fiction; Robert Moyer and Grace Ellis for the 10-Minute Play; and Carol Roan and Susan Williamson for the Essay. The Internet dating eponym of Robin Chalkley's "Gotta Be Bobby G." finds himself a suspect; Robert Vorsteg's "Longevity of Transient Things" evokes the delicacy of dusting snow; a hospice nurse discovers a comforting presence in Kimberly Condon's "Approaching Death"; a young girl spends a roller-coaster day with her grandmother in "Clara," by Barbara Engler Buskirk. On the evening of its first reading, Charles "LC" Fiore's "The Pit" was described as "the dyslexic agnostic's dilemma: is there a dog?"
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