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Short Story Prize 2017/18: Results, Short & Long-lists

Billy O'Callaghan

Billy O’Callaghan, judge for the 2017/18 Short Story Prize

 

Winners

Short-list

Long-list

 


 

The Ten Winners:

Selected by judge Billy O’Callaghan
to be published in the Fish Anthology 2018

 

First: Clippings by Helen Chambers (England)

Is awarded €3,000, one thousand of which is for travel to the launch of the Fish Anthology 2018, and a short story workshop at the West Cork Literary Festival in July 2018.

 

Second: Herr Seigfried Ottmar by Thiva Narayanan (Malaysia)

Is awarded a week in residence at Anam Cara Writers’ Retreat and €300.

 

Third: Beatitudes by Janet Smith Moore (USA)

Is awarded €300

 

Honorary Mentions:

 

He Writes by Travis Elsum (Australia)

 

 

Yana by Georgina Eddison (Ireland)

Hope is a Thing With Feathers by Georgina Eddison (Ireland)

 

Ginger Snaps by Linda Edwards

 

Psittacus Erithacus by Percy Herbert (England)

 

 

Cranberry Sauce by Emma Seaman (England)

 

 

Drive All Night by Alan S. Falkingham (USA)

 

 

 

From all of us at Fish we congratulate the writers of the ten stories selected by Billy for publication in the Fish Anthology 2018. There were 1,170 entries and the competition was very tough. Thank to Billy O’Callaghan for his careful attention. We appreciate his interest and support of Fish’s endeavour to publish new and aspiring writers. We are delighted that these ten stories will make for an anthology of excellent work. We look forward to meeting the writers and hearing them read at the launch at the West Cork Literary Festival in July.

– Clem Cairns – 

 

Billy O’Callaghan’s comments on the stories: 

Reading these stories, also those that fell short of the final cut, was a real pleasure but also quite a challenge. The standard of this work is high, and even the ones that didn’t make the anthology had so much about them worth admiring, not just in terms of the stories being told but also in the polish of the sentences, the development of the characters and, especially, the emotional impact these writers managed to wring from just a few pages. Aware of just how much was at stake, I struggled in particular to separate the top five stories, and loved them all for different reasons, and it was only after several readings that I settled on my final order. On another day, and with another judge, the results could very well be different.

 

Clippings – Just exceptional. I was a bit sceptical at first of the structure, but the story unfurls wonderfully. Incredibly emotional, truthful and heartfelt. Beautifully drawn characters. I read this several times over the past two weeks and as I sit here now, I want to read it again. It’s a story that has left a deep impression on me.

Herr Sigfried Ottmar – This one was so beautifully done. Measured and accomplished storytelling, with a strong sense of authenticity and the characters vividly rendered. The ending was perhaps inevitable, yet unavoidable, and no less affecting for that.

Beatitudes – Very well written, and clearly the work of an extremely talented writer. Fine dialogue, beautiful pacing. Deeply moving story, too. Real characters, and such a great sense of authenticity. I read it several times, and it seemed to get better with each pass.

He Writes – The pacing of this story is so impressive. The language is utterly clean and objective, and yet somehow full of emotion and humanity. The story itself seems slight and yet, in its way, immense. This one came very close for me.

Yana – Another really excellent story. Sad and moving, and beautifully told. At times the sense of tragedy is almost unbearable, and yet there is such a gleam of humanity that makes it so compelling. A beautiful depiction of a small life and the vagaries of fate.

Ginger Snaps – This one displayed a wonderfully light touch. The narrative was suitably flighty and yet, at the same time, cleverly plotted. I was very impressed. And the twist at the end is just terrific.

Hope is a Thing With Feathers – Again, a very accomplished piece of writing, with nothing at all about it to dislike. When stories are of such a standard, it is simply a matter of favouring those that resonate in some personal way. This one was excellent, vividly told and deeply resonant. A worthy inclusion to the anthology.

Cranberry Sauce – Well written and well constructed. A real-world problem, nice build-up of tension, and narrative handled with sensitive vulnerability. Best of all, though, there is just a lovely lightness of touch.

Drive All Night – Reading this, I had, once again, the sense of very accomplished storytelling. Good build-up of tension, decent dialogue, though a tad melodramatic and overblown. Some really lovely details elevated this one.

Psittacus Erithacus – A good, straightforward story. Gentle, nicely written.

 

 

 


 

Short-list:

(alphabetical order)

There are 54 stories in the short-list. The total entry was 1,170.

Hope is the Thing With Feathers

Georgina

Eddison

Sin

Georgina

Eddison

Yana

Georgina

Eddison

Plenty of Time, Joan

Jane

Fraser

LAYBY LULLABY

Katayoun

Medhat

TRESPASS

Katayoun

Medhat

The Natural

Paul

Mitchell

Beatitudes

Janet

Moore

Loveoid

J. L.

Morin

The Fish

Helen E.

Mundler

The Return of Waldo Jeffers

Gavin

Murphy

Herr Siegfried Ottmar

Thiva

Narayanan

living the dream

Martin

Nathan

Plunging into Peru

Helen

Newdick

Clean

Giles

Newington

THE LAST HURRAH

Cláir

Ní Aonghusa

Sunglasses

Stephanie

Norgate

Light Rising from Below

Sophie

Nussle

Elizabeth’s Kitchen

Eileen

O’Donoghue

Magma

Mary

O’Shea

SNAP SNAP BABY

Kate

Oriol

the pin

G. L.

Osborne

Mutton Curry

Richard

Philip

Home

Ian

Priestley

Take Her Fishing

John

Pringle

The Public Record

David

Rea

THE EULOGISTS

ALEX

REECE

Mrs Browning’s legacy

Peter

Rodgers

Whisht up a while will you!

John

Rodgers

Breaking News

Gregory

Rosenstock

War from the Words

David

Rubenstein

Gutless Living

Natalie

Rule

A Light in the Green Woods

RAYMOND

SHEEHAN

Papillon

Jo

Sinclair

What You Don’t Know

Tracey

Slaughter

Storybook

Emma

Smith-Stevens

An Ounce of Truth

Penn

Spell

Ambush

Jo

Spencely

A Blue Silk Scarf

Meri

Spencer

Independence Day

Jenny

Steel

Last Sortie

P J

Stephenson

MilkEyed Mender

Kerry

Swash

A Fair Bargain

Robert

Temple

Crosshouse

Eleanor

Thom

Kissing a Goldfish

Eve

Turner

Fractions

Gabriel

Valjan

Becky and the Devil in an Act of Creative Destruction

Cady

Vishniac

JUST GIVING

Jennie

Walmsley

The Thrill of the Chase

Rick

Williams

Fair and Square

Alison

Withey

There is a Spectre

Christopher

Young

 

 


 

Long-list:

(alphabetical order)

There are 180 stories in the long-list. The total entry was 1,170.

Title

First Name

Last Name

Gabe

Pernille

AEgidius

The Arrow

Angela

Antle

FAMILY LOVE, BUT NOT THE NORMAL KIND

James

Arnold

NO ORDINARY LOVE

James

Arnold

The Sixpence Quilt

Karen

Ashe

Still Clinging…

Cait

Atherton

Two Cents

S

Baldwin

Adjectives

Xanthi

Barker

Gay Blade

Michael

Barnes

Attempted Closure

Andreas

Bergsten

A motionless stuffed bear

Judy

Birkbeck

Gold

Judy

Birkbeck

549

Evelyn

Blackwell

Left-handed jumpers

Peter

Blair

Ice Cold in London

Martin

Blayney

Deliveries

Kevin

Bohnert

Reservoir

Alice

Bowen

Her Green Mohair Jumper

Edwina

Bowen

FINISTERRA

Rosalind

Brackenbury

Muriel

David

Bray

The Caravan

dan

brotzel

Owl Eyes

Mary

Brown

Little Sky

Ursula

Brunetti

Mr Hatch’s Crime

Justine

BUDENZ

Global Relations

Kathryn

Burke

The Deciding Factor(y)

John

C Mundow

Lifeline

Lauren

Carroll

Landbound lullabies

Selma

Carvalho

Clippings

Helen

Chambers

Jewel Thief

Cliff

Chen

Nonlocality

Cliff

Chen

Caitlin’s two sheets of A4

Alasdair

Chisholm

Lennie’s ode to normality

Alasdair

Chisholm

The Pond

Veronica

Ciastko

John-John

pauline

clooney

Impact Report

Matthew

Coburn

The Second Arrival

Jonathan

Colvson

We Can All Have as Many Words as We Like

Chrs

Connolly

Don’t Kiss Trees

jacqui

corcoran

Dry Food

jacqui

corcoran

The Call

Hugh

Costello

Trip Switch

Maureen

Cullen

Undeclared

Michael

Cumiskey

The Sins of the Fatherland

Katherine

Davey

Fragile

Helen

de Búrca

Hovitch and Boskovsky

Barrie

de Lara

Sleeping Dogs

Beth

Ditson

Power of Attorney

Freda

Donoghue

Eagle Soaring

Natalie

Dovkants

An Atheist’s Prayer

Ryan

Dunne

Sin

Gina

Eddison

Some Days Even the Goldfish

Gina

Eddison

One. Two, Three, Four, Five . . .

Gina

Eddison

Time

Gina

Eddison

The Fall

Gina

Eddison

Siren

Gina

Eddison

Ginger Snaps

Linda

Edwards

The Road to Aragon and Triolet

Michael

Elias

The Third Stroke

KM

Elkes

He writes

Travis

Elsum

Two Lost Souls

tracey

emerson

Drive All Night

Alan

Falkingham

Mottled Light

Juliana

Feaver

Roses Smell Like Fear

Olivia

Fitzsimons

Caravaggio

Stephen

Flanagan

Suir River Bridge

aingeala

flannery

Dolores

Mary

Fox

Gilgamesh ward

Mary

Fox

Plenty of Time, Joan

Jane

Fraser

The Empress Strikes Back

Peter

Freckleton

Love in the Age of Porn

Jon

Fried

Kebab and Fried Aubergine

Dean

Gessie

Brew

Pia

Ghosh Roy

Cocktail

Mark

Godfrey

Guilt

Robert

Golding

The Interrogator

Robert

Golding

People Like Us

Pippa

Griffin

Kicking Like Billy-Oh

ledlowe

guthrie

The Intruder

Christopher

HALL

The Forgiveness of Sand

Robert

Hamilton

Cereal and Fire

Holli

Harms

You Scratch My Back

Wayne

Herbert

Psittacus Erithacus

Percy

Herbert

Blood on the Cross

Euwan

Hodgson

42C

Patrick

Holloway

Gingerbread

Anthony

Howcroft

Milfoil

Charleen

Hurtubise

The Funeral

Gavin

Jackson

As Yet Untitled

Ingrid

Jendrzejewski

Eva Sturm

Martin

Keating

Amor Fati

Rose

Keating

Your Dream Life Come True

Kevin

Keely

Waiting for the Russians

Stella

Klein

Freight

Jen

Knox

The Plagiarist

David

Krasner

What Happened Tomorrow

James

Lawless

Pero’s Promise

Tamara

Lazaroff

True Colours

karen

lethlean

Typecasting

Morag

Lewis

A Silvery Fish

Julie

Liston

On the way to Frida Kahlo’s House

Helen

Macrae

The Apple of His Eye

Deirdre

Manning

After The Bomb

Vincent

Marmion

The Henry Effect

Tracy

Maylath

The Sea Beyond

Kevin

Mc Dermott

Michael L Straight from Hell

Maisie

McAdoo

Bloo Red

Peter

McClelland

Lizaveta Lives a Little

Ruth

McConnell

THE FLOWER AND THE SERPENT

Lisa

McDonald

Beachcomber

Connor

McElwee

Sticks and Stones

Judith

McGinn

The boat from Dun Laoghaire

Mark

McGlynn

The Devil’s Kiss

Rachel

McHale

The Gospel Truth

Barbara

McKeon

One-legged Seagulls

Wayne

Mconie

TRESPASS

Katayoun

Medhat

LAYBY LULLABY

Katayoun

Medhat

The Natural

Paul

Mitchell

Beatitudes

Janet

Moore

Loveoid

J

Morin

Ruby Mine

Virginia

Mortenson

The Fish

Helen E.

Mundler

The Return of Waldo Jeffers

Gavin

Murphy

Machine Gun Mickey

Gavin

Murphy

Herr Siegfried Ottmar

Thiva

Narayanan

living the dream

Martin

Nathan

Plunging into Peru

Helen

Newdick

Clean

Giles

Newington

Clean

Giles

Newington

THE LAST HURRAH

Cláir

Ní Aonghusa

Sunglasses

Stephanie

Norgate

Light Rising from Below

Sophie

Nussle

Art For Local People

Francis

O’Connor

Elizabeth’s Kitchen

Eileen

O’Donoghue

Magma

Mary

O’Shea

SNAP SNAP BABY

Kate

Oriol

the pin

G. L.

Osborne

Mutton Curry

Richard

Philip

Owl Jacket

Antonia

Phinnemore

Stroke

Laura

Post

Home

Ian

Priestley

Take Her Fishing

John

Pringle

Snow Bound

Clarrie

Pringle

LUNCH BREAK

Anne

Rabbitt

The Public Record

David

Rea

THE EULOGISTS

ALEX

REECE

Someone Steps In

Suzanne

Rivecca

ONE MORE CHANCE TO DANCE

Jean

Roarty

Whisht up a while will you!

John

Rodgers

Mrs Browning’s legacy

Peter

Rodgers

Whisht up a while will you!

John

Rodgers

Breaking News

Gregory

Rosenstock

War from the Words

David

Rubenstein

Gutless Living

Natalie

Rule

Cranberry Sauce

EC

Seaman

The Triumph of Renee Sorenson

Andrew

Shakespeare

A Watch For Christmas, Not For Life

Andrew

Shakespeare

A Light in the Green Woods

RAYMOND

SHEEHAN

Tracing the World

RAYMOND

SHEEHAN

Papillon

Jo

Sinclair

What You Don’t Know

Tracey

Slaughter

Storybook

Emma

Smith-Stevens

An Ounce of Truth

Penn

Spell

Ambush

Jo

Spencely

A Blue Silk Scarf

Meri

Spencer

U-156

Kate

Spitzmiller

Empty Nest

Malaika Rose

Stanley

Independence Day

Jenny

Steel

Last Sortie

PJ

Stephenson

MilkEyed Mender

Kerry

Swash

A Fair Bargain

Robert

Temple

Little Holocausts

Susan

Tepper

Crosshouse

Eleanor

Thom

Kissing a Goldfish

Eve

Turner

Fractions

Gabriel

Valjan

Becky and the Devil in an Act of Creative Destruction

Cady

Vishniac

JUST GIVING

Jennie

Walmsley

The Old graveyard

S D

West

Gabardine

david

wilkes

The Thrill of the Chase

Rick

Williams

Fair and Square

Alison

Withey

There is a spectre

Christopher

Young

 

 

 

 

 

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