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• 2017 Luminaire Award for Best Prose •

Winners & Finalists 2017

Winners & Finalists for 2017 Luminaire Award for Best Prose

Winners are being judged and will be announced soon.

2017 Luminaire Award Prose Judge: Announced Soon

Once all pieces are selected, the judge will be announced.

Judge’s 2017 Judge’s Comments

Judge’s comments will be updated once the winner is announced.

2017 First Place Winner

The 2017 First Place piece will be published here as soon as the winner is announced.

2017 Second Place Winner

The 2017 Second Place piece will be published here as soon as the winner is announced.

2017 Third Place Winner

The 2017 Third Place piece will be published here as soon as the winner is announced.

Luminaire Award Medallion Designers

Special thanks and acknowledgment to Devin Byrnes and SuA Kang of Hardly Square, for their creativity in designing our annual medallion imprint. Hardly Square is a strategy-, branding-, and design-based boutique located in Baltimore, Maryland, that specializes in graphic design, web design, and eLearning courses. Their invaluable design expertise has made our annual awards come to life. Learn more about our medallion designers.

Transparency for 2017 Luminaire Award for Best Prose

Judging spreadsheets and final reports will be updated here once the winner is announced.