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2004 Winner

We are proud to announce that the Winner of the 2004 Concrete Wolf Chapbook Competition selected by our final judge, Lorraine Healy, is Alison Pelegrin of Mandeville, LA for her manuscript Squeezers.

In addition, we would like to make special mention of the following manuscripts:

Sharon L. Charde

Freddy Frankel

Mark Terrill

Bad Girl at the Altair Rail
(1st Runner Up)
Blackbirds: Poems of World War II
(2nd Runner Up)
Waiting for the Man
(3rd Runner Up)
Honorable Mention
Baechler, Connie
Barrett, Svea
Berube, Larry
Bevan-Bogart, Carol
Cunningham, Nancy Brady
Gritz, Ona 
Kent, Jeanne
Kerman , Judith 
Krumberger, John
Morris, Dan
Naganawa, Arlene 
Nelson, Paul 
Newman, Lance
Pursley III, John
Razran, Gregory
Rodgers, James A. 
Siegel, Ellen Beth 
Tripp Weaver, Julene 
Van Cleave, Ryan G.
White, Lola 
Zeppa, Mary
The Seduction of Voices
Why I Collect Moose
Orphan Boy, Soldier Boy
Mother and Daughters
Left Standing
Elegies for the Lost
Following the Day
In Two
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The Joe Hill Sonnets
Elegy With Stillness in Mind
Love Fits
The Sweet Moth Kisses Never Traded
Case Walking: Wailing Her Blues
The Milwaukee Letters
Anywhere She Haunts the House is Home
About our Judge
Lorraine Healy is an Argentinean poet and photographer living on Whidbey Island, Washington. The winner of several national awards, including a Pushcart Prize nomination for 2004, she has been published extensively in both the US and her native Argentina. She holds and MFA in Poetry from New England College. Lorraine is the author of two books of poetry: The Archipelago (Finishing Line Press, 2005) and The Farthest South (New American Press, 2003).