Reading of 2013 Fiction 101 Winners 

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About two dozen people braved a freezing First Thursday, Feb. 6, to sit in on a reading of the winning entries in Boise Weekly's Fiction 101 contest at Rediscovered Books. Now in its 12th year, more than 170 writers submitted work to the contest.
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Rediscovered Books co-owner (and Fiction 101 judge) Laura DeLaney kicks off the reading of this year's winning entries.
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Cody Gittings, of Boise, reads his third-place winning story "The Hungriest Man on Earth."
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Nicole LeFavour, of Boise, reads her second-place winning story, "Mom."
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Sarah Tregay, Boise-based author of Love and Leftovers and Fan Art, reads the first-place winning entry, "It Is True, I Loved Him," by JSP Jacobs, of Huntington Beach, Calif., who could not attend the event.
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Boise Weekly Editor-in-Chief Zach Hagadone reads this year's Fiction 101 honorable mentions, "Rock Paper," by Doug Kizer, of Boise, and "Steeplechase," by Eric Wallace, of Eagle.
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Rediscovered Books co-owner Laura DeLaney and BW Editor Zach Hagadone took turns reading the five judges' picks.
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Rediscovered Books co-owner (and Fiction 101 judge) Laura DeLaney kicks off the reading of this year's winning entries.

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