Bogert’s winning entry, titled My Neighbor’s Daughter, has been published in Mount Mercy’s creative writing magazine, The Paha Review, along with the names of all the award winners and honorable mentions.
Bogert, Mork and Bouska were invited to recite their creative work alongside Mount Mercy students during the Scholarship Festival on May 2.
Students who received honorable mentions include:
The contest provided 37 high school juniors with a unique opportunity to obtain feedback on their creative writing from Mount Mercy English professors and upper-level creative writing students.
Participants were asked to submit one creative work of no more than 1,000 words (a poem, story, or piece of creative nonfiction) to enter.
To read the winning entries, please visit Mount Mercy’s website: www.mtmercy.edu/cwc