Success only flourishes in perseverance -- ceaseless, restless perseverance.
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Friday, November 16, 2012

Short Story Contest Results!

Photo by Julien Tromeur
The results are in!

The Notes From the Writing Chair Short Story Contest received twelve entries from eleven different authors from all over the world. I had a blast reading them, but judging is always so hard!

First off, I want to give a huge thank you to my story wrangler, the incredibly talented and handsome Tracy Lofthouse, who made sure I could do the judging completely blind. He did a great job managing it all.

And now... Announcing the winning entry in the Notes From the Writing Chair Short Story Contest:

The Favourite 
by Almiria Wilhelm!



This is a haunting fantasy about a dance teacher and her star pupil set in a fascinating alternate world. I can't wait to share it with you! The story will be published here on the blog in January. Plus, I'll do an interview with Almiria, so we can all get to know this talented author better.

Thanks so much to all of you wonderful people who entered and helped me promote this contest. I think there will be more short story contests in the future!

5 comments:

Jeff Hargett said...

Big congrats to Almiria!

Angie said...

Thanks, Jeff.

Larry and Cindy said...

What a great idea Angie to have a writing contest. I will be excited to read her story!

L.T. Elliot said...

Congrats to Almiria! I'll look forward to reading it!

Felix said...

I think you should have had judges to criticize the short stories of the people who joined the contest. It could have been easier for you to find out the results. You can implement this in some other contest that you will hold in the future. For now, congratulations to the winner.

>Felix Stendahl