Congratulations to Graham Wilson for his winning entry in the Twist In The Tale November Competition. To download his story: go to COMPETITIONS: DOWNLOAD WINNING STORIES: and click on the blue link to the story title.
January 2016 archive
What a great collection of stories, so varied. Sci-fi, fairy tales, murder…there is great imagination at work here. And some excellent submissions. I enjoyed reading all of them and had a pretty hard job deciding on the top three. Amongst the stories in general I noticed a lot of over-writing. By which I mean, too […]
1st Tweet-Tweet by Grahame Wilson * 2nd Judge for Yourself by Ron Hancock * 3rd Seeking Wild Women by Andrea Ward VERY highly commended : Mountains Large and Monsters Little by Claire McGovern * Thou Shalt Not Covet by Glenda Jager. Both extremely well written but just missed being twists in the tale.
1st Jenny Young with Leaving * 2nd Pat Clur with Wanton Wanda * 3rd Wendy Greeff with The Protest March * Highly Commended: Pat Clur with Eyes in the Sky
Congratulations to Mary Voyadjis for winning the October 2015 poetry competition. To download her poem: go to COMPETITIONS: DOWNLOAD WINNING STORIES: and click on the blue link to the title.
1st Mary Voyadjis with Five Stars * 2nd Maureen Campbell with Savage * 3rd Maureen Campbell with Thistle in the Veld * Highly recommended Jenny Young with Suburban War
The entries this year were of a very high standard and one can see that many writers have done well to craft their works. As one looks at the entries there are many tales that are filled with humour. Some have surprise endings which always work well. Titles are also important and quite a few […]
Dear Poets Thank you for submitting. This in my opinion only. Another judge will see the poems differently. Here is a general comment that applies to nearly all the entries. Here are few suggestions. Please read then see what applies to your poem. I hope these suggestions help. Most of the poems are still in […]