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Short-fiction contest winners announced

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ENTRIES to the 2012 Winnipeg Free Press/Writers' Collective of Manitoba short fiction contests were nearly triple the number in previous years, Hilary Friesen, board president of The Writers' Collective, says in announcing the winners from the 158 entries received.

"This means more writers are putting pen to paper, telling their stories," says Friesen. "We're delighted to read and to celebrate them."

The awards will presented on Wednesday, 7 p.m., in the Carol Shields Auditorium of the Millennium Library.

 

Short fiction contest

Adult:

First - A White Castle by Elin Thordarson. Prize: $200

Second - The Cat by Rachel Morgan. Prize: $150

Third - The Changing of the Guard by Linda Lafontaine. Prize: $100

Honourable Mention - Vortex by Roger Rochester

Honourable Mention - Colour Your World by Paul Friesen

Senior Student:

First - No Sound Out by Vance Walkey. Prize: $150

Second - 24309 by Kayla McLachlan. Prize: $75

Third - Exquisite by Jessie Major. Prize: $50

Honourable Mention - Light as Air by Kaylee Comber

Honourable Mention - Open Arms by Bryanne Dewitt

Junior Student:

First - To Have or to Keep by Evan MacNeil. Prize: $150

Second - Digging Deeper by Jonah Dewitt. Prize: $75

Third - Devil's Love by Amy Fernando. Prize: $50

Honourable Mention - Neverland by Sage Fronda

Human Spirit Award (from senior and junior student categories):

Bloom by Nassia Balaktsis. Prize $100

Marie Barton Postcard Story Contest:

First - Pine Bluff Church Camp by Grace Warkentin. Prize: $100

Second - Once Upon the Summer of 1942 by Jenna Woyatawich. Prize: $50

Third - The Blue Scarf by Linda LaFontaine. Prize: $25

Honourable Mention - The Perfect Gift by Jennifer Beasley

Eileen D Pruden Award for Historical Fiction:

First - Out of the Frying Pan by Donna Gamache. Prize: $150

Second - Millicent Montgomery and the Spanish Flue Epidemic by Geoff Nuytten. Prize: $75

Third - If Today Will Not, Tomorrow May by Wayne Chan. Prize: $50

Honourable Mention - Hide by Tracy Proutt

Honourable Mention - June 18, 1972 by C. McKenna

In addition to the cash prizes, all winning entrants receive a one-year membership in the Writers' Collective of Manitoba, and will be published in a future edition of the Collective Consciousness magazine (set for relaunch later this year).

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 14, 2013 C2

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