Results

2009 Results


Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition
2009 Contest Winners Announced

FIRST PLACE

Gregory Loselle of Southgate, Michigan, for “Lazarus”

SECOND PLACE

Jennifer Lee Sullivan of Boulder, Colorado, for “The Shine”

THIRD PLACE

Nils Rodrick of Newaygo, Michigan, for “Light of Evening”

HONORABLE MENTIONS

(listed in no particular order)

  • Jaya Padmanabhan of Los Altos Hills, California, for “His Curls”
  • Timothy Padraic Sullivan of Oak Park, Illinois, for “The Harmonics Were Off”
  • William Shih of Whitestone, Queens, New York, for “Fordham Road”
  • Douglas Bruton of West Linton, Scotland, for “The Piano Tuner at the End of the World”
  • Nick Smith of Gahanna, Ohio, for “The Story of My Friend”
  • Viji Pandit of Bangalore, India, for “Voices From the Dark”
  • Kathryn Jordan of Bermuda Dunes, California, for “Breaking Point”
  • Ziad Rizk of Montreal, Canada, for “Moments and Nothingness”
  • Kate St. Vincent Vogl of Plymouth, Minnesota, for “Last Flight Out of Charleston”
  • Crystal Yakacki of Astoria, New York, for “All That Time Alone”
  • Kaye Park Hinckley of Dothan, Alabama, for “Fly Away Red Bird!”
  • Marina Brown of Tallahassee, Florida, for “The White Swan”
  • Jonathan Glenn Reinhardt of Chicago, Illinois, for “The Assassination of a Ghost”
  • Sophie Coulombeau of Cheshire, England, for “Monsters and Percevals”
  • Robin Tiffney of Santa Barbara, California, for “Don’t Travel Alone”
  • Natasha Sarkissian of Milan, Italy, for “Via Pergolesi, 2 — Milan”
  • John Jennett of Argyll, Scotland, for “Won With the Egg, Lost With the Shell”
  • Kate Zahnleiter of Burpengary, Queensland, Australia, for “The Softest of Sounds”
  • Mark Howell of Key West, Florida, for “Not Just Another Plot”
  • Steven Beutler of Redlands, California, for “The General”
  • Mark Connelly of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for “Official Business”
  • Marream Krollos of Denver, Colorado, for “Hushed”
  • Scott Tipton of Waxahachie, Texas, for “The Inferno”
  • Iris Weidner of Lawrenceville, Georgia, for “Finished Self-Portrait”