UCLA student Jennifer O'Kieffe's dark coming-of-age story Sex And
Sylvia Plath
has won the 52nd Annual Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards'
$15,000 first prize.

Second place and $7,500 went to UCLA's Michael Vukadinovich's comedy Buckabee and third place and a $4,000 prize was awarded to UCLA's Mark C Humphrey's satirical comedy Coup.

Competition judges included producer Cathy Schulman and film-maker
Joel Schumacher.

The Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards were founded by Samuel Goldwyn Sr in 1955.