Best News. “Walking On: Longtime (West Linn) Residents Working to Get Back on Their Feet After Serious Accident” by Patrick Malee at West Linn Tidings.
Best Parenting Post. “Sympathetic Pregnancy Hits the Chaos Team” by Evelyn Shoop at Momsicle.
Bravest. “Good Girls Don’t Get Depressed” by Cara Strickland at Tanya Marlow’s Thorns and Gold.
Best Special Needs Post. “Sharing in the Sorrow of Others” by Sandra Peoples at Not Alone.
Best Answer to a Stupid Question. “Pope Francis, Radical Leftist?” by Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig at The New Republic.
Best Rant. “If Any of You Mention Oils, I Will Punch You in the Face” by Melanie Dale at Coffee + Crumbs.
Best Essay. “What the World Will Speak in 2115” by John H. McWhorter at The Wall Street Journal.
Best Reminder. “The Holocaust’s Forgotten Victims: The 5 Million Non-Jewish People Killed By The Nazis” by Louise Ridley at Huff Post UK.
Best Literary Analysis. “‘I am No Man’ Doesn’t Cut It: The Story of Eowyn” by Mariah Huehner at The Mary Sue.
Best Book Review. “Apraxia Monday: A Meditation on Play” a review of Savage Park by Leslie Lindsay at Speaking of Apraxia.
Best Interview. “Cardinal Marx on Francis, the Synod, Women in the Church and Gay Relationships” by Luke Hansen S.J. at America.
Best Video. “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” by Peter Hollens, featuring Sabrina Carpenter. (via YouTube).