flash fiction runner-up

Posted by Daniela Elza on Sep 15 2014

This year I submitted flash fiction and non-fiction to contests and anthologies. I have not done much with this genre even thought I have a few flash fiction/micro-stories out there. Two were published a while back in One Cool Word (or OCW) and one was published in Blue Print Review.

So when I heard that I made it to the long list for the short fiction contest I thought it was already an accomplishment. Today I found out I am the runner-up (or in some other words, second place). In good company too. The winner is Rob Taylor for his piece Here I Lay Down My Heart. Congratulations Rob, and to all that are on the long list and those that are on the editor’s choice list.

Thank you to Judge JJ Lee for selecting my story Waiting for Twilight as runner up for the 2014 Hummingbird Prize for Flash Fiction contest. Click here to read the announcement. The story will be published in the Winter issue of Pulp Literature magazine.

My sequence of poems, intimacy requires more, that was runner-up for the Magpie Award for Poetry will be published in Issue 4 of Pulp Literature magazine.

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