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And the Winning Porch Dogs Photos Are...
Porch Dogs combines fine-art portraits of man’s best friend with beautiful architectural documentation of the Southern porch. We asked to see pictures of your Porch Dogs and we got a ton of amazing entries! Browse through all of our received entries on Facebook.
We chose ten finalists and asked for your votes in picking the winners. The results are in:
First Place: Four Golden Retrievers, Judge, Dixie, April, and Chipper, on a porch in Fairview, NC. Photo taken by Andrea Beeler of Hendersonville, NC.
Second Place: Magnolia, a half Labrador Retriver and half Walker Hound, on a porch in St. Francisville, LA. Owners are Allison McKiernan and Will Sheftall.
Third Place: Larry, a wire-haired Fox Terrier, on a porch in Asheville, NC. Photo taken by Beth Berry of Wakefield, RI.
Honorable Mention: Zibby, a Dalmation, on a porch in Knoxville, TN. Photo taken by Melissa McAdams.
Thank you for all of the wonderful entries and congratulations to the winning Porch Dogs. Check out the amazing photos that inspired this contest in Nell Dickerson's Porch Dogs.
Win an Advance Copy of The Governor's Lady
Enter now on Goodreads to win an advance reader's copy of The Governor's Ladyby Robert Inman.
The Governor’s Lady shows how politics brings out the best and worst in people and how the public arena affects politicians’ values and relationships. The novel will appeal to those interested in a deeper understanding of the subtexts and complexities of American politics and the growing role of women in the political landscape.
The Politics of Barbecue Takes Home a Gold IPPY Award
Congratulations to Blake Fontenay for winning a 2013 Independent Publisher Book (IPPY) Award! Blake Fontenay's The Politics of Barbecue won a Gold Award in the Regional Fiction category for the South. As Blake said in celebration, "IPPY ki yay!"
Two titles published by Hub City Press of Spartanburg, South Carolina, also received IPPYs. Literary Dogs & Their South Carolina Writers, edited by John Lane and Betsy Wakefield Teter won a Silver Award in the Animals/Pets category and Middlewood Journal: Drawing Inspiration from Nature, by Helen Scott Correll won a Silver Award in the Environment/Ecology/Nature category.
David Wesley Williams Returns to Thacker Mountain Radio
David Wesley Williams, author of Long Gone Daddies, returns to Thacker Mountain Radio for a special traverling show on June 22 at 7 p.m. The show will be taped at the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art at 565 N. Fifth Avenue, Laurel, Mississippi, 39440 in conjunction with their "Sound and Vision: Monumental Rock & Roll Photography" exhibit.
Tune into the live broadcast on Rebel Radio 92.1 FM or listen to the rebroadcast on Mississippi Public Radio.