|Congratulations to Deb Oestreicher||1||Beate Sigriddaughter||almost 3 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
|Congratulations to Joani Reese||1||Beate Sigriddaughter||almost 3 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
|Congratulations to runner up prize winners and finalists||1||Beate Sigriddaughter||over 3 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
|Congratulations to Susan Gibb||1||Beate Sigriddaughter||over 3 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
|Congratulations to Fictionaut Finalists of the Thirteenth Glass Woman Prize||1||Beate Sigriddaughter||almost 4 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
|Congratulations, J.A. Pak||1||Beate Sigriddaughter||over 4 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
|Eleventh Glass Woman Prize finalists announcement||1||Beate Sigriddaughter||almost 5 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
|Runner Up Winners of the Eleventh Glass Woman Prize||1||Beate Sigriddaughter||almost 5 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
|Something about Gay Degani||1||Beate Sigriddaughter||almost 5 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
|Ghost Story Contest Yielded 3 Fictionaut Top Contenders. Congratulations!||2||Beate Sigriddaughter||5 years ago by Beate Sigriddaughter|
whose story "Mississippi" is a runner up prize winner for the Fifteenth Glass Woman Prize.
The Glass Woman Prize honors passionate women's voices. Established in 2007, with deadlines at the spring and fall equinox, the prize is currently in its Seventeenth reading cycle. To date it has awarded a total of US$11,030 (including $530 in gifts from anonymous donors) to 44 women authors. Many of the winners and finalists are Fictionaut members. The Sixteenth Glass Woman Prize winner is Nonnie Augustine's story "All Is Ready." An Anonymous Angel Prize (donated by an anonymous Fictionaut member, no less) went to Sandy Ebner for her non-fiction "The Clothes I Was Wearing." Carol Reid's story "A Little Mystery" is a runner up prize winner.
Join us here to recognize the importance of women's uncensored voices. Finalists include stories by Lou Freshwater, Susan Gibb, Meg Pokrass, Misti Rainwater-Lites, and Gita M. Smith.
The Glass Woman Prize icon is a painting entitled "A Continuous Celebration of All Things Wonderful" by Marta L. Sanchez (www.poetryandart.org)