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Short Story Prize 2021/22, Results

Winners

Short-list

Long-list

 

On behalf of all of us at Fish, congratulations to the 10 winners, and to those who made the short and long lists. 

 


 

 

 

 

The Ten Winners:

Sarah Hall

Sarah Hall

Selected by Sarah Hall

The 10 winners will be published in the Fish Anthology 2022.

(There were 1,350 entries to the competition.)

     

First:
The Days  

Shannon Savas (New Zealand)

     

Second:
The Japanese Gardner

Helena Frith Powell (Sweden)
     
Third:
Among the Crows
Karen Stevens (England)
     
Repossession Geoff Lillis (Ireland)
Swim Anna Round (N Ireland)
The Gypsy Gambler DB MacInnes (Scotland)
Skyline Anna Round (N Ireland)
The Visitor Kristina Gorcheva Newberry (Russia/USA)
Still Life with Coyote Martha Catherine Brenkle (Florida, USA)
Predictions Abi Curtis (England)
     
     

A little about the winners:

 

Shannon Savas is New Zealander by birth, a nurse by profession. She divides her heart and life between Cyprus, England and New Zealand. A nomad since childhood, Shannon wonders still where she belongs and who she is. She won Reflex Fiction (2017), Cuirt New Writing Prize (2019), Flash500. Pushcart nominated. An also ran on shortlists, longlists; published online and in print. www.shannonsavvas.com/ A hobby photographer who looks for the perfection in imperfections. Instagram.com/shannonsavvas

 

Helena Frith Powell is a half Swedish, half Italian journalist and writer who has lived in Sweden, France, England, and the Middle East. Among her works are the memoir Ciao Bella (named in The Sunday Times books of the year) and Two Lipsticks and a Lover, a best-seller about finding your inner Frenchwoman. Helena recently completed a Master’s in Creative Writing at the University of Cambridge and is now working on a novel about Virginia Woolf’s relationship with the short story writer Katherine Mansfield.

 

Karen Stevens was brought up on Hayling Island in Hampshire.  After many years of meaningless employment, she found herself working in a sand quarry in Gibraltar, dodging rocks hurled by deviant monkeys and de-rusting machinery.  The experience told her it might be a good idea to start writing fiction.  She now lives back on the South Coast, having opted for a safer kind of quarrying, teaching creative writing in West Sussex.  

 

Geoff Lillis is a cybersecurity expert who had a poem published when he was fifteen. He then stopped writing for longer than he is willing to admit. His interest was rekindled while adapting to a hand injury: the need to relearn how to type freed him once more to explore creativity through the written word. He writes now about intersections of finance, technology, and people, generally with a twist, sometimes with success, and always one handed.

 

Anna Round grew up in Belfast and Glasgow, and studied English at Oxford University before moving to London. She now lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the North East of England, where she works in research. Her short stories have won several awards and she is currently working on a novel. When not writing she enjoys running very long distances, snowboarding, and the music of Beethoven and Bruce Springsteen.

 

DB MacInnes lives on bogland on the Isle-of-Skye. His people came there in the 1860s after being ‘cleared’ from more fertile parts to make way for sheep. It’s said there was a foot race for the best crofts and if that’s true his ancestors were no athletes. Nevertheless, as a writer he’s used to hopeless odds, so he continues to plant trees in acidic soil and when seeking consolation, reaches for his uilleann pipes.

 

Kristina Gorcheva-Newberry, A Russian-Armenian, moved to the U.S. in 1995, after having witnessed perestroika and the fall of the Iron Curtain. Writing in English, her second language, Kristina published fifty stories and received nine Pushcart nominations. She’s the winner of the Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction, the Tennessee Williams scholarship from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and the Raz/Shumaker Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Fiction for her first collection of stories, What Isn’t Remembered, long-listed for the 2022 PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize. Her debut novel, The Orchard, was published by Ballantine Books in March of 2022.

 

Martha Catherine Brenckle teaches writing at the University of Central Florida. Because her life leans towards the chaotic, before writing on her laptop she catches her thoughts on post-it notes until she has a collection. In 2000, she won the Florida United Arts Award for Poetry. Her first novel, Street Angel (2006) was a Finalist for Fence Magazine’s 2007 GLBT Novel Award. In 2019, Finishing Line Press Hard Letters and Folded Wings.

 

Abi Curtis is Prof. of Creative Writing at York St John University. She is the author of two poetry collections from Salt Modern Poets series, a climate change novel, Water & Glass (Cloud Lodge, 2017) and has written for BBC Radio 3 . She enjoys collaborating with artists, musicians and scientists and has contributed to work exploring subjects from ancient church frescoes to giant squid. She has received an Eric Gregory Award and a Somerset Maugham award. She writes on animals, motherhood and the uncanny. She lives in York with her husband and two sons. 

 

 


 

Short-list:

(alphabetical order) There are 57 stories on the short-list. (There were 1,350 entries in total).

Title

First Name

Last Name

A Retirement Plan

Edward

Barnfield

Durrencrow

Paul

Bassett Davies

The Kissing Bridge

Martin

Blayney

Death Wish

John

Brannen

Still Life with Coyote

Martha

Brenkle

Vermin, 1977

Sinclair

Buckstaff, Jr.

The Longings of Fionnoula.

Gerardine

Burke

Fade

Jonathan

Clarke

Predictions

Abi

Curtis

Stand-Off

Gerald

DiPego

Following

Gerald

DiPego

The Evil Orange Penguin

Ryan

Dunne

the heart tastes best

Judyth

Emanuel

The Japanese Gardener

Helena

Frith Powell

Folie a Deux

Richard

Hooton

I’m Not a Bad Person

Holly

Hoyt

Mutual Aid

Kimberly

Grier

Mirrored

Roger

Jefferies

Roll on the Tropical Fun

Jessica

Jones

Who by War

Maria

Kaplun

Us and Them

Ian

Lee

The Russian for Love

Sarah Line

Letellier

The Search for Slate

Jack

Lethbridge

The Laugh

Ralph

Levinson

The History of Things

Nathan

Long

The Gypsy Gambler

Duncan

MacInnes

To See Only Sky

Rory

Maizels

Acquired Daughter

Michael

Males

Prime Real Estate

Louise

Mangos

Trash at 13

Maureen

McCoy

The Elusive Taste of Xetery

Catharine

Mee

De Valera and the Armadilllo

Conor

Montague

Burma Valley

Katie

Moore

How We Got Here

Jeremy

Morton

Crow Wood

Rachel

Newsome

Last of the Cricketers

Dominic

Nunan

Mr Pilot

Feargal

Ó Dubhghaill

Odds

Nicholas

Petty

In Darien

James

Prier

The Keeper of Lost Things

James

Prier

Death, Elevation

Endria

Richardson

The Mole: A Story in 62 Sestudes

Ruth

Rosengarten

Walking The Dog

Martin

Ross

Skyline

Anna

Round

Swim

Anna

Round

The Days

Shannon

Savvas

The Fall

Henry

Shawdon

Bitter Water

Pnina

Shinebourne

Lemon

Penny

Simpson

Eva

Alan

Sincic

Smoke

Barbara

Stowe

Goose

David

Strickland

A Stranger Passes

IAN

TALLACH

Young Thief

Joe

Totten

The Captain and Mr Schinkel

Tab

Troughton

Glacial

Heidi

Williamson

No Use

Michelle

Wright

 

 


 

Long-list:

(alphabetical order)

There are 141 stories in the long-list. (There were 1,350 entries in total.)

 

Title

First Name

Last Name

     

Christmas at Castle Rock

Peter-Adrian

Altini

Red and Blue

Lucy

Apps

The speed of dark

Anne

Aylor

The Leak

Jana

Bakunina

The Moons of Mars

Vrinda

Baliga

A Retirement Plan

Edward

Barnfield

Durrencrow

Paul

Bassett Davies

Skinny Kids

Jackson

Benzinger

The Kissing Bridge

Martin

Blayney

Seven Letters

Courtney

Brach

Death Wish

John

Brannen

Still Life with Coyote

Martha

Brenkle

Half a Girl

Michelle

Brock

Vermin, 1977

Sinclair

Buckstaff, Jr.

Sweets

John

Budden

Train Spotting

Lesley

Bungay

The Longings of Fionnoula.

Gerardine

Burke

Size of a Planet

Kate

Carne

Future

Stephen

Cashmore

Uncanny As Other Bodies

Gavin

Caterina

Fade

Jonathan

Clarke

Daily Life in Ancient Rome

Julia

Clayton

Gideon’s Grave

Jude

Cook

Out Damn’d Spot

Trevor

Copp

Take Heart

Nat

Cotterill

Predictions

Abi

Curtis

Up the down stairs

Mary

de Sousa

Blue Monday

Jennifer

DeLeskie

“Stand-Off”

Gerald

DiPego

“Following”

Gerald

DiPego

The Evil Orange Penguin

Ryan

Dunne

Four Walls

Naomi

Elster

the heart tastes best

Judyth

Emanuel

With Relative Ease

Rachel

Ephraim

Look at the Rainbow

Tom

Finnigan

The Japanese Gardener

Helena

Frith Powell

Where Our Eyes Forget

Kelly

Fulk

Boxes

Yoshino

Funaki

Dead on Time

Sharif

Gemie

Colours of a Foreign Land

Stephanie

Ginger

The Visitor

Kristina

Gorcheva-Newberry

Mutual Aid

Kimberly

Grier

Sacred

Finola

Griffin

Guirnaldas de Margaritas

Thomas

Grindrod

The Heartwood is the Hardest Part

Katie

Hale

I’ve Got God on Speed Dial

Eaton

Hamilton

Come the Fox

Sean

Hannaway

Cleopatra Would’ve Liked  Dunkin Donuts

Holli

Harms

LIGHTS

JJ

Harrington

The Bow-Wow Palooza Interfaith Blessing at Temple Israel

Jacqueline P

Haskell

Camellias

Vivian

Hassan-Lambert

Women Who Wine

Emma

Hazen

The Lake

Robin Christopher

Heaney

Midway

Mahito

Henderson

Two Horsewomen of Acapulco

Malcolm

Heyhoe

Soul Cholesterol

Joseph

Hirsch

Folie a Deux

Richard

Hooton

I’m Not a Bad Person

Holly

Hoyt

Mirrored

Roger

Jefferies

Hobgoblin

Solomon

Jessie

Night Shift Pie

Kierra

Johnson

Roll on the Tropical Fun

Jessica

Jones

The Melting Pot

Dean

Just

The Two Souls of Daniel Blue

Jayne

Kaplan

Who by War

Maria

Kaplun

An Ocean Deep

Kara

King

The Sharp Princess

Bronia

Kita

Bound to Happen

Sydney

Lea

Us and Them

Ian

Lee

Why Did The Drones Stop Singing?

Becky

Leeson

Fault Line

Jordan

Leigh

Hypergraphia

Robert

Lentell

The Russian for Love

Sarah Line

Letellier

The Search for Slate

Jack

Lethbridge

The Laugh

Ralph

Levinson

Repossession

Geoff

Lillis

Emilies

Nathan

Long

The History of Things

Nathan

Long

The Gypsy Gambler

Duncan

MacInnes

To See Only Sky

Rory

Maizels

Acquired Daughter

Michael

Males

Prime Real Estate

Louise

Mangos

Beyond Mile 91

Foday

Mannah

Teach Your Daughter to Hate Herself

Tracy

Maylath

Trash at 13

Maureen

McCoy

The Elusive Taste of Xetery

Catharine

Mee

De Valera and the Armadillo

Conor

Montague

Stricken

Janet

Moore

Burma Valley

Katie

Moore

Figures in a Landscape

Anthony

Morgan

How We Got Here

Jeremy

Morton

Alice

Damien

Murphy

The Pool

Kevin

Murphy

Crow Wood

Rachel

Newsome

Last of the Cricketers

Dominic

Nunan

Mr Pilot

Feargal

Ó Dubhghaill

If you want hope you can damn well pay for it

Corrina

O’Beirne

Burnt

Denis

O’Sullivan

Penumbra

Angelina

Parrino

Odds

Nicholas

Petty

The Dinner Party

Sean

Phoenix

The Girl, the Owl, and the Sea

Dolores

Pinto

Fate

James

Prier

In Darien

James

Prier

The Keeper of Lost Things

James

Prier

Sorry For Your Loss

Clare

Reddaway

There was a small noise

Kieron

Rees

Death, Elevation

Endria

Richardson

Look at Her

Kaitlin

Roberts

The Mole: A Story in 62 Sestudes

Ruth

Rosengarten

Walking The Dog

Martin

Ross

Swim

Anna

Round

Skyline

Anna

Round

Entrenched

MARGARET

SANDS

The Days

Shannon

Savvas

The Awkward Ballad of Tarbet McQuade

James

Scoles

The Fall

Henry

Shawdon

Osteopathy

Gemma

Sheehan

Bitter Water

Pnina

Shinebourne

Lemon

Penny

Simpson

Breakers

Alan

Sincic

Eva

Alan

Sincic

The Dolls’ House

James

Skivington

Variation on the Ceremony of Innocence

Lorraine

Smith

Lice Busting

Sofi

Stambo

Among the Crows

Karen

Stevens

Smoke

Barbara

Stowe

Goose

David

Strickland

A Stranger Passes

IAN

TALLACH

Homogeneity

Ryan

Tan

Retrospective

Barbara

Tarrant

The Heart

Ruby

Todd

the adventures of cat

Ann

Tornkvist

Young Thief

Joe

Totten

The Captain and Mr Schinkel

Tab

Troughton

The Unravelling

Alice

Twemlow

A CRAVING FOR SWEETNESS

Maggie

Wadey

In the Shadow of St. Peter

John

Walshe

Sarah Sparrow : Surfer Dude

Andrew

Westgate

Indigo Shore

Elizabeth

Whyatt

Glacial

Heidi

Williamson

Slinky

Michelle

Wright

No Use

Michelle

Wright

 

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