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”


(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”
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