Congratulations to Seton Hill Writing Popular Fiction graduate students Kathryn Martin and Emilie Bishop on their recent writing awards.
Fantasy writer Kathryn Martin was the recipient of the first KJ Howe Scholarship. The scholarship, given by Seton Hill Alum and romantic suspense writer K. J. Howe, goes to the student with the most dynamic action scene. Along with a monetary prize, the winner also receives a three-chapter critique from two award-winning authors.
Young Adult writer Emilie Bishop won the annual McLaughlin Scholarship for a monetary prize. The scholarship goes to the student whose thesis novel has the best opening hook.
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