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Writers Featured in Tennessee Mosaic
May 23, 2019

Three Walters State Community College students were honored for their writing skills by the Tennessee Mosaic, the annual state-wide anthology published by Phi Theta Kappa. Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for community college students.
The anthology included 38 entries, with the work of eight Walters State students published. Teresa Smith, instructor of English at Walters State, served as editor of the anthology.
Nicholas Stephan of Morristown received first place in the short fiction category and second place in the research category. Lauren Eccles of Jefferson City received first place in the one-act play category and Kensey Trent of Rogersville received first place in poetry.
The following Walters State students received honorable mention awards and were published in the anthology: Danielle Davis and Stephen Cole Horner, both of Morristown, Austin Hudson of Dandridge, Ayesha Kahn of Sevierville and Brittany Grace Starr of Russellville. 

In the picture: Three Walters State Community College students were honored for writing contributions to the Tennessee Mosaic, the state-wide anthology published by Phi Theta Kappa. From left are Nicholas Stephan, Lauren Eccles and Kensey Trent. At right is Teresa Smith, instructor of English at Waters State. Smith is editor of the anthology.