September 12, 1990
2 American Students Win Writing Awards
Two American students were recently named winners of one of the most generous awards anywhere for promising writers.
The Woursell Awards are named for Abraham Woursell, a New York businessman who established them in his will before he died 15 years ago. The awards will provide the two Americans and three winners from other countries with a $38,000 stipend in each of the next five years.
One winner was Brenda Miller, a 31-year-old graduate student in the University of Montana's
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