Wednesday, 30 November 2016

ENGLISH EDITIONS -06: STORIES IN COLOUR



English edition of the shortlisted stories from the International section of Eylands' 6th International Short Story Contest. Eleven short stories by writers from England, Ireland, Switzerland and Greece who were highly commended in 2016 at the only international short story contest based in Greece.
The theme of the 6th contest was "Colours" and the first prize went to Sarah Isaac for herstory, "Foreign Fruit". The second prize went to Jennifer Tucker for "The many shades of darkness", while the third prize went to Lynda Haycock-Watkins for ‘’Feeling, tasting and smelling colours’’. For the first time this year, all awarded writers came from the United Kingdom. A Greek translation of the three winning entries is also included in the Greek edition of "Stories in Colour".
Editions in English ΕΝ-06 / Price: 8 euros / Pages: 66 / ISBN: 978-1540407641 / Cover: Andriana Minou
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FIRST PRIZE
Foreign Fruit - Sarah Isaac (United Kingdom)                         
SECOND PRIZE
The many shades of darkness - Jennifer Tucker               
(United Kingdom)
THIRD PRIZE
Feeling, tasting and smelling colours  -
Lynda Haycock-Watkins (United Kingdom)                           
DISTINCTIONS
Evergreen  - Helen Shay (United Kingdom)                            
& Lime Green – Liz Gwinnell(United Kingdom)                    

SHORT LISTED STORIES
(order according to submission date)
Black rainbows - Kathryn Joyce
(United Kingdom)                                                                             
Red or Green - Konstantina Sozou-Kyrkou
(Greece)                                                                                                    
In Search Of The Elusive Blue - Leonie Brandner
(Switzerland)                                                                                        
The iced Asylum - Valeriia Lapteva
(United Kingdom)                                                                                
Arrangement in amber and gold - Mary D’ Arcy
(Northern Ireland)                                                                              
Reading the auras - Heather Walker                                         
(United Kingdom)


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