The winners of the CCTE awards will be published in CCTE Studies, edited by Dr. Moumin Quazi of Tarleton State University.
Winner of the Frances Hernandez Award:
In the Rhetoric, Composition, Technical Writing, Language Studies section:
Leanne Moore of Abilene Christian University was the winner for the Randy Popken Memorial Award
Gregory Jeffers of Abilene Christian University won the William B. Tanner Graduate Student Paper Award
Jana Anderson and Susan Blassingame of Lubbock Christian University won the Rhetoric, Technical Writing, Linguistics, ETC Pedagogy Award.
In the Literature, Film, Popular Culture section:
Alison Maxfield of Abilene Christian University won the award for the best Shakespeare paper.
Karen Dodwell won the British Literature award for her paper “The Self-made Family in Charlotte Bronte’s The Professor.”
In the Creative Writing section:
Co-awards for fiction/creative non-fiction:
Nan Cuba, “When Horses Fly” and Cheryl Clements, “See the Glimmer.”
Award for Poetry: Albert Haley, of Abilene Christian University, “I Loved a Capitalist: Poetry Meets the Business World.”
Karen Dodwell won the TCEA award for her paper: “Pre-Columbian Circles and Spirals in Places Left Unfinished at the Time of Creation by John Phillip Santos”