2022 Tomorrow Prize Finalists and Green Feather Winner
The Omega Sci-Fi Awards has announced the finalists for its Tomorrow Prize short story competition:
- “House on Sand”, Angel Bran
- “They’re Coming”, Amy Cervantes
- “Genetic Slumber”, Tais Cortez
- “Backstitching”, Madison Kay
- “The Mechanical Planet”, Luna Prieto
Honorable mentions were given to the following stories:
- “Your Case is Quite Unique”, Sloane Corddry
- “Idiosyncrasy”, Nancy Duran-Lopez
- “Final Breath”, Nyn Kim
- “Gone”, Christine Wu
The Tomorrow Prize is open to Los Angeles County high school students. First place winner receives $250 and publication in L.A. Parent magazine. Second prize is $150, and third prize is $100.
Results of the 2022 Green Feather Award competition were also announced. The two winners are “The Seagulls Save Culver City?” by Jonathan Kim and “Eden” by Jennifer Wu. The Green Feather Award gives $250 for an environmentally focused story.
All finalists will have their stories performed by celebrity guests, and the winner will be announced during the Celebrity Readings & Honors in Pasadena, CA on May 22, 2022.
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