Marsha McSpadden Wins Inaugural Bevel Summers Prize for Short, Short Fiction

Marsha McSpadden, an instructor of creative writing and English composition at the University of Alabama, is the inaugural winner of the Bevel Summers Prize. The prize, awarded by Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review, recognizes the best short story of less than 1,000 words. McSpadden’s story, Facsimile in Boots, was selected from over 200 entries. She will be awarded a cash prize and her story will be published in Shenandoah this coming September.

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