Announcing: Results of The First Annual Literary Loot Contest for Unusual Prose
by Treehouse Editors
We’ve decided it’s about time to find all that sweet, sweet swag a proper home. So we’ve chosen the winner of our first ever contest.
We had a lot of truly talented writers submit a lot of terrific pieces to this contest, for which we are eternally grateful.
In the next few weeks, beginning tomorrow, we’ll be showcasing our three favorite pieces from that selection. In this order…
Second Runner-Up: “Walls” by Becca Worby
First Runner-Up: “Ode on a Stick” by Claudette Cohen
And the winner of Treehouse’s First Annual Literary Loot Contest for Unusual Prose, and the recipient of its enviably massive prize package, is:
“An Asp with No [AS]s” by Michelle Donahue
We’d like to thank each and every person who submitted a piece for consideration in this contest. We really could not have done it without you. Equally, we’d like to thank all the contributors to the prize package. We really really could not have done it without you.
Come back tomorrow to catch Becca Worby’s “Walls.”