Dream Foundry, a “non-profit dedicated to bolstering the careers of nascent professionals working with the speculative arts,” has announced the winners of its 2021 writing contest.
- FIRST PLACE: “Cooking: A Science”, Shinjini Dey
- SECOND PLACE: “Amadi on the Concrete”, Jarred Thompson
- THIRD PLACE: “Clear As Water, Red As Ruin”, Sigrid Marianne Gayangos
Other finalists were
- Brienne D. Hayes
- Amy Johnson
- Kellye McBride
- Kay Orchison
- Robin Sebolino
- Cat T.
- C. Bradley White
The writing contest coordinators were Vajra Chandrasekera and J.D. Harlock, and the judges were Chandrasekera and Premee Mohamed. The first prize winner receives $1,000, second prize is $500, and third prize is $200. All winners receive workshop seats at Flights of Foundry, and showcase events at the online convention in April 2022.
For more information, see the Dream Foundry website.
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