Tidepools literary magazine reveals 2014 edition winners
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The magazine features fine art, photography, poetry, short prose and music by Olympic Peninsula residents, and is produced by the students of Peninsula College with support from the Peninsula Daily News.
This year, Tidepools is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a special double issue.
Tidepools 2014 is scheduled to be released June 4.
■ Adult Prose
First: “Forgetting” by Teresa Janssen of Port Townsend.
Second: “How A Misbehaving Thumb and Too Much Caffeine can get you out of Bulgaria” by Alicia Jean Demetropolis of Port Townsend.
Third: “Traveltainted” by Amy McIntyre of Port Angeles.
■ Adult Poetry
First: “Eleven AM (after Edward Hopper)” by Phil Montenegro of Port Townsend.
Second: “Mariner’s Daughter” by Viola Ware of Port Angeles.
Third: “Still Yet I Am His Mother” by Nancy Fowler of Port Townsend.
■ Adult Photography
First: “First Blue Skies” by Angela Mordecai-Smith of Port Angeles.
Second: “Kit-Teens in the Window” by Diane Hammer of Sequim.
Third: “Tidepool” by Richard Seiler of Sequim.
■ Adult Fine Art:First: “Turtle Hunters” by Sky A. Heatherton of Port Angeles.
Second: “Middle Crow” by Kate Goschen of Sequim.
Third: “Trouble in the Hood” by Luke J. Tornatzky of Port Townsend.
■ Adult Digital Art
First: “Lava Towers” by Pamela Dick of Sequim.
Second: “Augment” by Ken Dry of Port Angeles.
Third: “Swan Moon” by Sandra E. Wolf of Sequim.
■ Peninsula College Student Art
First: “Dahlia Star” by Melissa Penic of Port Angeles.
Second: “Rooted in the Heart” by Crystal L. Wayman of Port Angeles.
Third: “Lionfish” by Melissa Penic of Port Angeles.
■ Peninsula College Student Photography
First: “Curb Appeal” by Caitlyn Olsen of Port Angeles.
Second: “Swing Wide” by Sarah Lindquist of Port Angeles.
Third: “Dance” by Sarah Lindquist of Port Angeles.
■ Peninsula College Student Writing
First: “And Everything was my Familiar” by Stephanie Speicher of Port Angeles.
Second: “A Chance Encounter” by Heather Conway of Port Angeles.
Third: “The Duffel” by Rosann L. Beauvais of Joyce.
■ Youth Art
First Place Youth Art 9 and under: “The Lake Picture” by Ewan Mordecai-Smith of Port Angeles.
First Place Youth Art 10-13: “Pacific Northwestern Snowman” by Aiden Barton of Port Angeles.
First Place Youth Art 14-17: “The Sun Finally Shines Through” by Dusty Feist of Forks.
■ Youth Writing
First Place Youth Writing 10-13: “Train” by Cole Walsh of Port Angeles
First Place Youth Writing 14-17: “Casserole Wednesdays” by Brooklyn Low of Brinnon.
First: “City Bus” by Rate Limiting Step of Port Angeles.
Second: “Reachin’ Too Hard” by Howly Slim of Port Angeles.
Third: “Bee in a Bottle” by Phyllis G. Rollston of Port Angeles.
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