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Past Winners of the SFF World Flash Fiction Online Contests

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September 2010 - First line: It wasn't as if anyone got hurt.
Apologia By Steve Jones (MrBF1V3) (must be logged in to view)


August 2010 - Theme: Deception
Magia Nostra By Richard Dickson (DailyRich) (must be logged in to view)

July/August Short Story 2010 - Theme: Apprenticeship, Alternate-World Fantasy, Young Adult Audience
Deep Down By Richard Dickson (DailyRich) (must be logged in to view)

July 2010 - Theme: Redemption
No Hero By Pete McLean (PeteMC) (must be logged in to view)

June 2010 - Theme:
Myrtle By Todd Banker (Txshusker) (must be logged in to view)

May/June Short Story 2010:
The Sound of Trumpets By Victoria Rogers (NickeeCoco) (must be logged in to view)

May 2010 - Theme: Scenario: A century from now, a massive interstellar ship is constructed by the peoples of Earth. The ship's overall goal is to travel through space and colonize inhabitable planets. To achieve this end, the interstellar ship is fitted with several thousand 'pod' ships, each which contain hundreds of frozen embryos.
LTP00432 By Michael Aaron (Zachariah) (must be logged in to view)

April 2010
The Watchmaker's Gift by Rich Matrunick (Sterling13) (story no longer on forum)

March/April Short Story 2010:
The High Cost of Living By Mike Hazelwood (DaddyDarth) (must be logged in to view)

March 2010:
Petals of Madness By Brenda Pernack (Venustar) (must be logged in to view)

February 2010 - Theme: Fantasy Cliches
The Princess and Fire By Richard Dickson (DailyRich) (must be logged in to view)

January/February Short Story 2010:
A Tale of Black J'oh By Mike Hazelwood (DaddyDarth) (must be logged in to view)

January 2010:
Rapunzel, Rapunzel, Let Down Your Spade By Victoria A. Rogers (NickeeCoco) (must be logged in to view)

December 2009:
What His Sister Saw by Tristis Ward (Tristis) (must be logged in to view)

November 2009
Stranded (with Porkchop) by Rich Matrunick (Sterling13) (story no longer on forum)

October 2009:
Nodding Into Solitude by Richard Dickson (DailyRich)

September 2009:
Origin: Primal by Rich Matrunick (Sterling13)

August 2009:
The Story with No Title by David McPherson (Sancho) (story no longer on forum)

July 2009:
A Dark and Hungry Blog Arises by Pete Warner (Hoodwink)

June 2009:
Feya's Lot by Christopher Allen F (Fung Koo)

May 2009:
The Still by Pete Warner (Hoodwink)

April 2009: (tie breaker)
Legion by Pete Warner (Hoodwink)
Buttons by Pete Warner (Hoodwink)

March 2009:
Dorse's Gamble by Tristis Ward (Tristis)

February 2009: (tie breaker)
NAF CLU vs SGC Transportation Act by Dan Bieger (Hereford Eye)
Transology by Dan Beiger (Hereford Eye)

January 2009:
La Theatre d'Moloch by Christopher Alen F. (Fung Koo)

December 2008:
Heavenly Peace by Nils Durban (NilsDesperandum)

November 2008: (author vote)
Nils Durban (NilsDesperandum)

September 2008 (tie):
Outpost 300 by Steve Jones (MrBF1V3) (story no longer on forum)
The Android and the Feather by Chuck Reina (ChuckReina) (story no longer on forum)

August 2008:
Be Brave, Don't Cry by Ebony Falls (hell1991) (story no longer of forum)

July 2008:
Superior Technology by Dan Beiger (Hereford Eye)

June 2008:
Collaboration by Nils Durban (NilsDesperandum)

May 2008:
Mars by Phillip Monks (SalsaDip)

February 2008:
The Tree by Anne Terrys (acereader)

August 2007:
Forever King by Kathry Bishoff (Dazzlinkat)

April 2007:
To Kill a Mockingbird by James MacEachern (MrJims)

May 2007:
The Pet by S. Frankenstein (Expendable) (story no longer on forum)

February 2007:
The Ghost and the Machine by Steve Jones (MrBF1V3) (story no longer on forum)

October 2006 (three way tie):
Meltdown by Steve Jones (MrBF1V3) (story no longer on forum)
The Haunting of Henry by Brian Malone (BrianC)
Memory and Grief by Edward Vitasek (Dawnstorm)

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Updated September 30th, 2010 at 11:19 PM by N. E. White

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  1. MrBF1V3's Avatar
    Meltdown was mine, I have that one and the others, though in some cases I've edited a bit since the contests. I think it would be fair to allow edited copies, (we want to look good).

    You also want to list the topics of the contests, otherwise some of the stories don't make as much sense. Consider quoting from the initial post where the subject is introduced, some of those are quite entertaining.

    One of those, we'll have to look it up, was an "enter as many times as you like" contest, the winner had multiple winning entries--sorry for the inconvenience.

    B5
  2. N. E. White's Avatar
    Meltdown was mine
    Great, thanks for the correction.

    allow edited copies
    Yes, edited versions are a must. Anyone want to be supreme editor? I think revisions should be kept to a minimum.

    list the topics
    And yes, I thought about having a blurb at the start of each story that essentially gave the story topic (good idea to quote from the thread itself) and maybe something from the author?

    enter as many times
    Yes, it's November 2008. Nils Durban won that. I was thinking he would have to pick his favorite to submit. Or the one that he thought most people liked.

    I haven't heard back from any of the other winners. I may have to PM them. If some ignore my PM (or don't get it), any ideas on how to contact some of these folks?
    Updated November 8th, 2009 at 10:51 AM by N. E. White
  3. Hereford Eye's Avatar
    Why is this the Kingdom of TMSO and not the Queendom, eh? That's what seems to me to be the most important question. I don't understand all this caving into the male heirarchy nonsense and calling into question your own gender affiliation. Hah! Answer me that.
    You can have my stuff to do with as you will.
  4. N. E. White's Avatar
    Why Kingdom? I liked the ring of it...but I see your point. Name changed.

    So glad you want to participate!!!!

    I'm doing my best to make this happen.