The Results


I am pleased to announce the winners of Exeter Writers' 2018 Short Story Competition. Well done to all the writers listed below. You can read the winning entries by clicking on the links below.

1st -  Land's End by Tomas Furby, Exeter
2nd  - Thirty-Seven Photos of a Sleeping Lion by Jason Jackson, Bristol
3rd  -  The Invitation by Sarah Evans, Herts

Devon prize - Dylan Thomas, Gregory Jones, and the Oort Cloud by Janet McCann, Sidmouth

The remaining short-listed entries were:

A Sharp Beam from the Light House by Judith Wilson, London
What do Streets Remember by Selma Carvalho, West Drayton
The Rapture by Anna Abbott, Wirral
Sponge by Jim Syrah, Bampton
For Love by Rob Woodhouse, Holsworthy
Sent by Kaavya Ramachandhran, OH, USA
The List by Grace Cullen, Herts

The remaining long-listed entries were:

Keeping Chris Alive by Ken McBeath, British Colombia, Canada
Seeking Shadows by Jessica Hooten Wilson, Siloam Springs, USA
The Gold Amati by William Konarzewski, Colchester
Ten Bob by Maureen Cullen, Cardross
Better Than You Found It by Hazel Orriss, Southampton
Mrs Dusk by Mark Czanik, Bath
The Sound of Celia by Dianne Bown-Wilson, Exeter
Dinosaurs Rule by Sarah Dawson, Kent
Komboloi by Justine Bothwick, Rome
Little Pig by Richard Chalk, Dorchester


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