Archive of ‘Past Competition Results’ category

Annual Short Story Competition 2015

Congratulations to the winners of the Annual Short Story Competition  2015. Francis Bond Trophy for the Winner: Cathy Marshall * Second:Ron Hancock * Third: Pam Schofield * Runners-up: Cara van Heerden; Andrea Ward; Evan Kaplan; Chantelle Sieling; Ronel van Vuuren

November 2015 – Twist In The Tale – Results

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.

Winners – May 2015 Science Fiction

* 1st:  After the Reception by Blaize Kaye  * 2nd:  Voyage by Harry Hoshovsky.* 3rd:  Totally, completely, utterly fearless by Andrea Ward. * Highly Commended: * Trials and Teleportations by Peter Rogers;  * The Waiting Room by Penny Mitchell;  * Him by R Pollicut  

They Call Me Nothing by Jenny Young

Winner of the August Short Story Competition: A defining moment. They Call me Nothing By Jenny Young   It was probably a mistake to come. Now that I am actually here it seems like my decision of last night was all a dream. Will they call the Police? The sign outside the church reads “The […]

Forestry Tale Winners!

Recently the SAWC helped to host a writing competition for the SANKOFA Book and Design Fair. And so, without further ado, here are the winning stories to download and read. FIRST PLACE: Amarita by Pieter Scholtz SECOND PLACE: The Unexpected Hero by Michelle De Beer THIRD PLACE: Futility by Danielle Steyn Special mentions: Emphasis on the past: The Enchanted […]

March Crime Story Winners

The March Crime competition was judged by Patrick Coyne. You can read the winning story below. 1. Rose Saayman with Shoot to kill 2. Andrea Ward with Who stole the Boerewors … 3. Yolandi Niewoudt with What the hungry Mind sees Highly commended: Terry Sandy with The Anniversary                                                                      Shoot to Kill by Rose Saayman […]

Winning Entry: The Sheet by Giselle de Carvalho

Here is the winner of our February FLASH FICTION competition. Enjoy! The Sheet by Giselle de Carvalho It’s been three years since I have seen this brick driveway, cobbled by age, bricks missing like teeth. Not sure why I’m here now. She probably isn’t even around. She hasn’t been for a while, since she started […]

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