I was delighted to learn that my essay, "A Grief Unraveled," was selected for Honorable Mention in the 38th New Millenium Writing's competition for best nonfiction. New Millenium Writings also gives awards for poetry, fiction, and short-short fiction. Congratulations to the winners and honorees of each competition, whose names are listed on the New Millenium Writings site. The winning pieces will appear in the 2016 print issue. "A Grief Unraveled" explores the nature of grief through the lens of knitting, how the creative process of handwork enables us to process loss still lodged in the body. Read the full essay in the online journal, Front Porch, where it was originally published in 2013.