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Fiction Southeast – Results from the Ernest Hemingway Flash Fiction Prize

Results from the Ernest Hemingway Flash Fiction Prize

2018 Prize

Winner

“What the Cold May Bring” by Jarrett Kaufman

Finalists

“I’m Blue” by L. Vocum

“My Mother’s Tongue” by Zvezdana Rashkovich

“BFF’s by Marianne Rogoff

“The Heart of the Taciturn” by Madeline Tredway

“Everyone Knows” by Charles Grosel

“Unbeknownst to Me” by Steph Karp

“Caring for Roses” by Stephen Fuller

“Heedless of the Wind and Weather” by George Choundas

2017 Prize

WINNER:

“The Laundry Room Comes First” by Charmaine Wilkerson

FINALISTS:

“Poison Apple, Gently Used” by Sydney Crago

“Umbilical” by Shea Stripling

“Roost” by Shelley Hucks

“Butter” by Joe Watson

“The Gathering Before the Storm” by Mary Fifield

2016 Prize

WINNER:

“The Night Packet” by Joan Johnson

FINALISTS:

“Guilt and Matter” by Daniel Sutter

“When the Boys Went” by Heidi Espenscheid Nibbelink

“Others” by Caleb Murray

“The Blue Maverick Crew” by John Meyers

“Gilson’s Ex” by Douglas Campbell

“Gail” by Bobby MacPherson

2015 Prize

WINNER:

The Second Most Important Explosion of 1986 by Matthew K. Thibeault

FINALISTS:

A Guide to Dating Mexican Guys by Esmeralda “Trudy” Valenzuela, Age 17 by Gregg Howard

Dead Man Dressing by Robert Grindy

Branding Day by Nicola Cassidy

Architecture by Harry Bauld

Dig a Sheet-Rag a Hole by Sam Nelson

The Last Story I Cared About by Joseph Johnson

2014 Prize

WINNER:
“Snowbirds” by Michael Caleb Tasker
(“Snowbirds” will appear on the site in the upcoming weeks, and Michael will receive $200.)

FINALISTS
“Tat” by Erik Lewis
“Death Calls a Truce” by Gary Thomson
“The Funny Thing About a Cambodian Prison” by Todd Covalcine
(All three stories will appear on the site in the upcoming weeks.)

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