Saints & Sinners Literary Festival Announces Finalists for 2014 Short Fiction Contest
New Orleans, LA - The Saints & Sinners Literary Festival is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2014 Saints and Sinners Short Fiction Contest (in alphabetical order):
"The Dark Symphony" by Eric Andrews-Katz
"Stinkbug" by Rich Barnett
"Corset" by Sally Bellerose
"Love They Neighbor" by N.S. Beranek
"Rhinestone Magic" by J.R. Greenwell
"If On A Dark Night Two Strangers Should Come" by William Hawkins
"Beanstalk" by Clifford Henderson
"Eleusis" by Robert Hyers
"Red Coat" by George Jordan
"Mum's the Word" by Jeff Lindemann
"Sample Day" by Jerry Rabushka
"Voodoo John" by James Russell
Many thanks to everyone who entered Saints & Sinners' fifth annual short story contest, and congratulations to the finalists.
This year's judge is Jewelle Gomez. She is the author of the double Lambda Award-winning novel, The Gilda Stories, and the collection of short fiction, Don't Explain. Jewelle will select the winning stories and we will announce them on our website in March. One grand prize of $250 and two second place prizes of $50 will be awarded.
The top stories will be published in an anthology from Bold Strokes Books. There will also be a book release party and reading on May 15 to kick off the 11th annual Saints and Sinners Literary Festival in New Orleans. Click here to register.