The James White Award Short Story competition has announced this year’s shortlist, drawn from 355 submissions:
- “The Last Words of Harry Niffen”, Stephen Cashmore
- “Digital Nomad”, Koji A. Dae
- “Property Crime”, Michael Donoghue
- “Better Lost Than Loved”, Bryn Fazakerley
- “Bug on Bug”, Mica Scotti Kole
- “Limitations”, David Maskill
The James White Award is open to previously unpublished stories between 1,000 and 6,000 words in length by non-professional authors. The winner will receive £200 and publication in Interzone, and will be announced September 5, 2019. This year’s judges are Chris Beckett, Justina Robson, and Donna Scott.
For more, see the James White Award site.
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