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UMaine Student Wins National Short Story Award

University of Maine graduate student Brad Beauregard of Skowhegan has been named winner of the national Glimmer Train Stories January Competition for his short story “What’s Kept.” Glimmer Train Stories is a quarterly magazine that receives nearly 40,000 submissions a year. Past contributors include many distinguished American authors. Beauregard earned a UMaine BA in English, with a concentration in creative writing, and will complete his master’s in English, with a creative writing concentration, in May. Beauregard also has received an Abby Sargent Neese Kelly Scholarship in Creative Writing and a Steve Grady Award for fiction.

Contact: George Manlove, (207) 581-3756


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