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Program

Letters About Literature

A national reading-writing contest for grades 4 - 12.

Contact

Leah Kuehn
Program Assistant
(207) 773-5051

Details

Letters About Literature

Letters About Literature Winner To Meet Best-Selling Author At National Book Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information: Leah Kuehn, Maine Humanities Council, 207-773-5051 WINSLOW—Gabriel Ferris, 14, of Waterville Junior High School, a national winner of the Letters About Literature contest, has been invited to the National Book Festival in Washington, D.C., an event organized by the Library of Congress, to meet Walter Isaacson, author of the… Read more

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ME Student Wins National Letters About Literature Competition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information: Leah Kuehn, Maine Humanities Council, 207-773-5051   June 22, 2015 WATERVILLE, Maine- Gabriel Ferris, 13, of Waterville Junior High School, beat 21,713 national submissions to win first place in Level 2 of the national Letters About Literature contest. He will receive $1000 for his letter to Walter Isaacson, author… Read more

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Local Students Honored by Maine Humanities Council

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information: Leah Kuehn, Maine Humanities Council, 207-773-5051 May 20, 2015   PORTLAND, Maine – The Maine Humanities Council is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Letters About Literature contest. Elizabeth “Lacey” Brune of the Center for Teaching and Learning won the Level 1 (grades 4 – 6) competition,… Read more

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Maine Humanities Council Announces Letters About Literature Winners

The Maine Humanities Council, the state’s partner with the national Letters About Literature competition, announced the 2014 winners today. Katie Larson of Edgecomb won the Level I (grades 4 – 6) competition, Augusta Stockman of Camden won the state’s Level II (grades 7 & 8) competition, and Isabel Crane of Camden won in Level III (grades 9 – 10). There were also several semifinalists. (See below for entire list). Read more

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