Results

2004 Results


Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition
2004 Contest Winners Announced

First Place

Heidi Durrow of Los Angeles, California, for “’Light-Skinned-ed’ Girl”

Second Place

Patrick Roscoe of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, for “Beggars”

Third Place

Leslie C. Youngblood of Greensboro, North Carolina, for “Poor Girl’s Palace”

HONORABLE MENTIONS

(listed in no particular order)

  • James Lee of Encinitas, California, for “Bury My Body Lord I Don’t Care Where”
  • Mary Beth Caschetta of Provincetown, Massachusetts, for “Lifelines”
  • Gayle Gillette Hummel of Cincinnati, Ohio, for “Will the Doctor Have an Egg?”
  • Christine D. Allen-Yazzie, of Syracuse, Utah, for “Getting in Touch with Nature”
  • Cynan Jones of Ceredigion, Wales, for “The Rabbit”
  • Sariah Dorbin of Los Angeles, California, for “The Fall”
  • Corinne Nawells of Dunedin, Florida, for “My Life”
  • Aruna Jethwani of Kalyani Nagar, Pune, India, for “Bridge on River Krishna”
  • Jane Seaford of Westmorland, Christchurch, New Zealand, for “The Latecomer”
  • Michael Fahy of St. Charles, Minnesota, for “Three Hots and a Cot”
  • Robyn Detterline of Portage, Indiana, for “For Good”
  • Gregg Cusick of Raleigh, North Carolina, for “Without Vowels”
  • Brad Andrews of Lynnwood, Washington, for “The Moat”
  • Michael J. Franich of Milton, Washington, for “High Tide in Old Town”
  • Melissa H. Kerby of Richmond, Virginia, for “The Prize”
  • Amina Gautier of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for “Girl of Wisdom, Girl of Fifteen”
  • Dan Sullivan of Lexington Park, Maryland, for “Fair-Haired Boy Gone Grey”