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Short Story Prize 2022 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. 

I was delighted to find so many skilled pieces in the entries this year, stories that
were gem-like, compressed and glinting . . . Sarah Hall


 

 

 

 

The Ten Winners:

Sarah Hall

Sarah Hall

Selected by Sarah Hall

The 10 winners will be published in the Fish Anthology 2023.

(There were 1,392 entries to the competition.)

     

First:
Vietnam  

Letty Butler (Sheffield, UK)

     

Second:
The Longhouse

Nicholas Petty (UK / Amsterdam)
     
Third:
Autophile
Dylan Garity (New York)
     
Endangered

Roger Vickery (Australia)

     
Fur  Allegra A Mullan  (London)
     
Hitch Emma Neale (New Zealand)
     
Readmission Josephine Rowe (Australia)  
     
The Parts He Missed Joshua Wagner. (USA / West Cork)
     
The Thing Adored Hanako Senzoku (Japan)
     
The Watch Case Hanako Senzoku  (Japan)
     
     

Comments from Judge, Sarah Hall:

Reading short stories is one of the most nerve-wracking experiences. You never know
what you are going to get as a reader, and as a critic. This is not just because they
showcase disquiet, tension, subversion and surprise, but because the form itself is so
difficult, so exacting, even punishing to attempt, and it remains, very often, an un-
mastered discipline.

But I was delighted to find so many skilled pieces in the entries this year, stories that
were gem-like, compressed and glinting, little worlds in entirety that refracted life and
ideas, and created a hinterland around their borders. Pieces that were written by
authors who really understood short story metrics – economy, traction, mood,
schematics, potency, negative space, and irresolution.

I was also heartened to experience a variety of themes and styles, because the form,
for all its limits, is oddly flexible, open to innovation, experimentation and originality,
a staging ground for a host of topics and landscapes and human goings-on. It is hard
to summarize these entries, other than to say, as always, existentialist DNA was deep
there, from which a myriad of ideas, tales and explorations branched out.

What a joy! What a joy to experience in these stories the many versions of us, told in
so many different ways, small episodes pushing up against big themes, propositions
and provocations that expand any restrictions we might make for ourselves, socially,
politically, or textually. What a joy to be transported to so many different places
around the globe, and into speculative futures, and back into the disputable past.
Yes, the reading was truly nerve-wracking, but for all the right reasons.

 

A little about the winners:

Letty Butler is a writer, actress, comedienne, creative coach and chronically indecisive. She’s based in a tiny flat in Sheffield, writes across multiple genres and has just finished her debut novel, Escape Artists. Letty’s always got multiple projects on the bubble due to a low boredom threshold. She’s currently working on her debut collection of short fiction and is developing a 12-part comedy series for screen, alongside award-winning director, Juliet May (Motherland, Miranda). 

Nicholas Petty is a British writer living in Utrecht, the Netherlands. His short fiction has previously been listed for the Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award and the Galley Beggar Press Short Story Prize, and has appeared in The Moth, The London Magazine, Short Fiction Journal, and elsewhere. When he’s not at his desk, he can be found on a sunny terrace with a plate of bitterballen and a tiny Dutch beer.

Dylan Garity is a writer and editor originally from Oregon, currently living in Brooklyn, New York. As a spoken word poet, he has toured around the United States, performing at a wide variety of venues and winning the college national poetry slam with Macalester College. He cofounded and served as vice president of Button Poetry for many years, and now works as a freelance fiction editor. “Autophile” is his first published short story.

Roger Vickery rescued this story from a shelter. From the jump, it whined, barked, scratched, and shat out demands to be re-located to a sunny home. Drawing on his multi-vocational (ADHD?) background Roger employed marketing wiles, legal arguments, military tactics, teaching aids and sailing tacks to up-sell the ingrate. Failure. Then he remembered The Fish. They’re a soft touch… accepted his poetry pup in 2015… maybe they’re open to a new stray?   

Allegra Mullan is twenty-two years old and lives in North London. She has had work published in the Keats Shelley review, the Penguin First Story anthology, the 2016 Foyles Young Poets anthology, and Rotters Magazine. When she is not on her phone, Allegra enjoys watching film trailers and walking. She is currently studying Creative Writing at Goldsmiths and working as a chef.

Emma Neale lives and works in Dunedin, New Zealand, as a freelance editor and occasional creative writing tutor. The published author of novels, poetry and short fiction, she is also the mother of two sons. Her husband works as a theoretical physicist; her sons like to say this family background of  ‘physics and poetry’ has clearly led directly to their own divergent passions: jazz percussion and basketball. 

Josephine Rowe is the author of three story collections and a novel, A Loving, Faithful Animal, published in the UK by Tuskar Rock Press. She was a 2021-2022 fellow at the New York Public Library’s Cullman Centre for Scholars and Writers, and a 2022 Writer in Residence at Literaturhaus Zürich. She has recently returned to Australia and is living in coastal Victoria, working on a new novel and sleep. Her latest collection of stories is Here Until August. 

Josh Wagner spent his early years in California before his folks dragged him off to Montana, where he learned to love a bit of solitude. He has a Masters in Creative Writing from the University of Edinburgh, and is currently living in West Cork working on a baffling PhD concerning forests, grief, embodiment and spectrality. He dabbles in music, filmmaking and theatre, but the art of fiction will always be his first and most abiding love.

Hanako Senzoku has spent half her life in Melbourne, Australia and half as a returnee in Tokyo, Japan – her sense of what constitutes a barbeque is a present source of consternation, and writing an ever-guiding star. She is perpetually filled with wonder and confusion, and an appetite for delicious things. 

 

 


 

Short-list:

(alphabetical order) There are 45 stories on the short-list. (There were  1,392 entries in total).

Title

First Name

Last Name

Hanna. With Two Ns.

Peter-Adrian

Altini

Borrowed Bones

Rita 

Ariyoshi

Binoculars

Alex

Baines

How to rescue a cat

Liz

Barnard

The Martyr’s Brother

Paul

Bassett Davies

The Jewelled Sea

Paul

Bassett Davies

Mobile

Maryanne

Berry

The Approximate Distance in Light Years Between Us

Mike

Carson

Pomegranate

RAND RICHARDS

COOPER

Mending Wall

Mark

Edwards

Karma

Mark

Edwards

500 Internal Server Error

Nikki

England

The End of Pi

Andrew

Gardiner

Autophile

Dylan

Garity

What Lies Within

M

Gethins

Buddies

Emily

Grabham

Christmas Magic?

Peter

Greenwood

Deliverance

Lauren

Guastella

To Brighten a Dull Wing

Ruth

Guthrie

Hello Hell

Maurice

Haeems

The Making of Him

Alice

Jolly

Foxholes

Seán 

Kenny

Everything Else Is Afterwards

Seán 

Kenny

Hi-Ho The Derry-O

Suzanne

McCourt

Hitch

Emma

Neale

Baby Heart

Giles

Newington

The Outsiders

Treasa

O’Brien

Standard Model

Fergal

O’Byrne

Coccinella magnifica

A F

Packer

ALL IT TAKES

Pat

Pickavance

Release

Stephanie

Pollock

Banana Taffy

Chad

Poovey

Helter Skelter

Julie

Rea

Readmission

Josephine

Rowe

Last Act

Natalie

Southworth

They Come to Me Now and Then in The Dying

David

Strickland

Burgundy Ridges

Matt

Surface

Yoyo

Carsten

ten Brink

Endangered

Roger

Vickery

Roofers

Roger

Vickery

Stay and Hold

Joshua

Wagner

The Parts He Missed

Joshua

Wagner

Last Year’s Fires

Andrea

Watts

Dog

James

Wilson

DELOREAN

Judith

Wilson

 

 


 

Long-list:

(alphabetical order)

There are 135 stories in the long-list. (There were 1,392 entries in total.)

 

Title

First Name

Last Name

Fur

Allegra

A Mullan

Hanna. With Two Ns.

Peter-Adrian

Altini

Before

Nancy

Antle

Borrowed Bones

Rita 

Ariyoshi

Confinement

Karen

Ashe

Binoculars

Alex

Baines

Tamara Ivanovna Talks to Herself

Jana

Bakunina

THE GLASS EATER

Erika

Banerji

How to rescue a cat

liz

barnard

The Martyr’s Brother

Paul

Bassett Davies

The Jewelled Sea

Paul

Bassett Davies

Eli, 2021

Mona

Becker

The Mourners

Donald

Berk

Mobile

Maryanne

Berry

MIORBHAIL

Alfreda

Black

Lovely Stars

Hayley

Blair

Poetry for the Epilogue

Kevin

Broccoli

Vietnam

Letty

Butler

Chains Like the Sea

Michael

Carragher

The Approximate Distance in
Light Years Between Us

Mike

Carson

Catch a ______ by his Toe

Stuart

Chapman

About the Cat

Ann

Collins

All Life’s Prizes

Jude

Cook

Hot Hex Summer

Laura

Cooper

Pomegranate

RAND RICHARDS

COOPER

The Names of those Lost

Craig

Cormick

Cailleach

Maureen

Cullen

Particles

Nina

Cullinane

Homeless Camping Jump

Annie

Dawid

Touch Pool

Brooke

Dunnell

Mending Wall

Mark

Edwards

Karma

Mark

Edwards

500 Internal Server Error

Nikki

England

Pivot

Jane

Finlayson

Souvenir

Thomasin

Finn

A Shrine for Justin

Mary

Fox

A Category of Kindness

Soma Mei Sheng

Frazier

How Many Feminists Does It Take
To Change A Lightbulb?

Helena

Frith Powell

The End of Pi

Andrew

Gardiner

Autophile

Dylan

Garity

Story of a Book

Paulo

Garnsey

My Sweary Neighbour

CJ

Garrow

Badly Drawn Girl.

Ruth

Geldard

What Lies Within

M

Gethins

Buddies

Emily

Grabham

Christmas Magic?

Peter

Greenwood

Deliverance

Lauren

Guastella

To Brighten a Dull Wing

Ruth

Guthrie

Hello Hell

Maurice

Haeems

The Deer

Andrea

Harper

untitled

Sarah

Harte

King of the Roads

Aaron

Hennessy

Paulina

Pamela

Hensley

Shelley, naked

Brian

Hill

Banana Bread

Rachael

Hill

A Man Who Has Com Through

Sean 

Hooks

The Old Snow Country

Mandy

Huggins

The Chef’s Suggestions

Roger

Jefferies

Someday Soon

Gregory

Jeffers

The Making of Him

Alice

Jolly

The Troop Leader

Brynne

Jones

The Bird Warden

Jupiter

Jones

Diamonds and Toads

Sara

Keating

Pupils

Tyler

Keevil

Foxholes

Seán 

Kenny

Everything Else Is Afterwards

Seán 

Kenny

Silence

Scott

Lambridis

Contrary Motion

Anna

Lawrence

Life in the Caged Jungle

BV

Lawson

Red Sun

Mary

Lewis

KILLING TIME IN ABERYSTWYTH

Emily

Macdonald

Absent Without Leave

Fiona J

Mackintosh

The English Opening

Camilla

Macpherson

Stella

Emma

Mather

The Democracy of Weather

Tracy

Maylath

The Weaver of Tales

Jillean 

McClory

Halley’s Comet

Victor

McConnell

Hi-Ho The Derry-O

Suzanne

McCourt

The Unexpected Challenge

Patrick

McCusker

Epilimnion

Alison

McGuire

Breakfast Like a Pauper

Naci

Mehmet

Breakfast

Naci

Mehmet

The Exorcism

Gillian

Metheringham

Knot Wood

Michael

Miller

The Turn

Philip

Miller

Memento Mori

Pauline

Milner

5, 4, 3, 2, 1

Konrad

Muller

Rats, Stars etc.

David

Murray

Hitch

Emma

Neale

Baby Heart

Giles

Newington

The Outsiders

Treasa

O’Brien

Standard Model

Fergal

O’Byrne

Borneo

Leanne

Ogasawara

“Maroons”

Alexander

Ortega

Coccinella magnifica

A F

Packer

Where the Women Are

Susan

Peet

The Longhouse

Nicholas

Petty

Odds

Nicholas

Petty

ALL IT TAKES

Pat

Pickavance

Release

Stephanie

Pollock

Banana Taffy

Chad

Poovey

Skokie

Janet

Price

The Other Side

Norah

Prida Bay

Helter Skelter

Julie

Rea

She Went There for the Weekend

Hannah

Retallick

The Tender Hand of Faith

John

Rex

Dirty Chicken & Rice

Simon

Roberts

Pipeline

Alex

Rourke

Readmission

Josephine

Rowe

A Parcel of Rogues

Kerry

Ryan

The Thing Adored

Hanako

Senzoku

White Gloss and Sheen

Hanako

Senzoku

The Watch Case

Hanako

Senzoku

Waiting For The Big One

Catherine

Shorr

Buried

emma

Shtanichev

A Weighty Issue

susan

smith

Last Act

Natalie

Southworth

KILL ALL SHAREHOLDERS

Jon

Stapley

They Come to Me Now and Then in The Dying

David

Strickland

Burgundy Ridges

Matt

Surface

Complete strangers

John

Taylor

Yoyo

Carsten

ten Brink

Licked

Rosalind

Thomas

Endangered

Roger

Vickery

Roofers

Roger

Vickery

Stay and Hold

Joshua

Wagner

The Parts He Missed

Joshua

Wagner

Last Year’s Fires

Andrea

Watts

The Flatlands

Tracey

Weddle

The Invisible One

Pamela

Wills

Dog

James

Wilson

DELOREAN

Judith

Wilson

Concerto in F Flat Minor for Oboe and Flute

scott

winkler

The Worst Story

Mat

Woolfenden

The Lonely Daughter of Fabio Penitente

Anna

Zaranko

 

 

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