The Yale Daily News Magazine is proud to announce the results of the 2018 Wallace Prize. The Wallace Prize recognizes completed, previously unpublished works of fiction and nonfiction produced by Yale undergraduates. All submissions are judged anonymously by a two juries of experts in nonfiction and fiction, respectively.

The Wallace Prize issue of the Yale Daily News Magazine will appear online and in print in April 2018.

Nonfiction:
1st place: “Hidden Neighbors” by Lily Moore-Eissenberg ’20
2nd place: “My Vagina and Me: A Brief Herstory” by Tessa Palter-Poston ’19
3rd place: “Finding Femme” by Lily Moore-Eissenberg ’20

Honorable mention: “Glory Be to the Lamb” by Jacob Stern ’19
Honorable mention: “Hogties and Hip Replacements: The Bondage Fantasies of the Suburban Elderly, Both Realized and Not” by Amelia Nierenberg ’18
Honorable mention: “Helping Women Choose: In Rural Pennsylvania, One Family Pilots an Alternative” by Stephan Sveshnikov ’18

Fiction:
1st place: “Caves” by Rosa Nguyen ’18
2nd place: “Family-less Heirlooms” by Sara McCartney ’19
3rd place: “For M.” by Sam Berry ’19

Honorable mention: “Lady Stuff” by Mariah Kreutter ’20
Honorable mention: “The Printers” by Julia Rosenheim ’18

The Magazine would like to thank the many undergraduates who submitted their work, the judges who pored over the pieces and the Yale English Department, which sponsored this special issue!