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“Godoy Lives”
Clackamas Literary Review (2000)
  • Daniel Chacón, University of Texas, El Paso
Fiction, short story. This is where "Godoy Lives" first appeared. It won the Jean Marie Emerging Writer's award. From Poets and Writers (March/Arpil 2001): "Clackamas Literary Review Peter and Jean de Maine Award. Daniel Chacon of El Paso, Texas, won the Peter and Jean de Maine Award for an Emerging Writer in Fiction for his story "Godoy Lives," which appeared in the Spring 2000 issue of the Clackamas Literary Review. He received $1,000. The annual award is given for the best short story published in the Clackamas Literary Review during the previous year. Fiction writers who have published no more than one book are eligible. There is no application process. Clackamas Literary Review, Peter and Jean de Maine Award, 19600 South Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, OR 97045."
  • Clackamas Community College
Publication Date
January 1, 2000
Citation Information
Daniel Chacón. "“Godoy Lives”" Clackamas Literary Review (2000)
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