This page contains an index to essays
The following title in blue was submitted to the Red Dirt Writers Society's 2012 Essay Contest. This was the only essay submitted, and is therefore the 1st place winner.
by Jayme Howard (Aug 2012)
The following three titles in black were submitted to the Red Dirt Writers Society's 2011 Essay Contest. The essays were judged by Clint Cripe, a local lawyer. He picked "The Financial ruin of a Nation" by Ryan McKinley as the 1st place winner.
Ruin of a Nation (1st Place)
Utitled (2011 2nd Place)
ZZZZzzzz (3rd Place)
History and Healing on a Windowsill
The following six titles in blue were submitted to the Red Dirt Writers Society's 2010 Essay Contest. Essays were restricted to 400 words. The essays were judged by Norm Hollingsworth, local lawyer and Instructor at Langston University. He picked "Illegals Need Not Apply" by Beth Stephenson as the 1st place winner. He picked "The All Volunteer Army Is Working Well" by Gordon Eskridge and "Volunteers? Bah Humbug!" by D. J. Russell as co-runners-up.
Illegals Need Not Apply
The All Volunteer Army Is Working Well
Volunteers? Bah Humbug!
Regulation of Food
If You Know What's Good For You
Astronauts Train for Using the Bathroom in Space
Roman Nose State Park
NASA Education on the Road