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Local teens win library's writing competition

Winners of the Marlborough Public Library's Teen Writing Competition. (Photo/submitted)

Winners of the Marlborough Public Library's Teen Writing Competition. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – The Marlborough Public Library held its third annual Teen Writing Competition in April. The winners were recently announced and given the opportunity to read their work aloud to the captive audience. The work that won first place earned the grand prize of $100 and will be published in the summer edition of the Marlborough Public Library newsletter.

To read all of the winning entries, go to http://www.marlborough-ma.gov/Gen/MarlboroughMA_PubLibrary/TWCwebsitepacket2014.pdf.

The winners are:

Poetry (grades 6-8): first place, Preeti Nagalamadaka; second place, Rianna Jakson; and third place, Daniel Abadjiev

Poetry (grades 9-12): first place Carly Pusateri

Fiction and memoir (grades 6-8): first place, Raya Keir; second place, Jaelyn Kassoy; and third place Kandice Belcourt-Monteiro

Fiction and Memoir (grades 9-12): first place, Anna Read; second place, Erinn Farmer; and third place, Katie Zagzoug

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