ANNIHILATION RADIATION: Shortlist Announcement

We are pleased to commence announcing the shortlisted authors and winners of the ANNIHILATION RADIATION Short Story Competition. After much deliberation and debate, over the course of the next eighteen days, we will be announcing the entrants who were selected for inclusion in the shortlist, followed by confirmation of the three winners. Every day at

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Burial Suit By Hannah Lee

Before we know what pain is, we are told to let it out. Thirty children crowd in a circle, the woman with the iron-grey hair in a chair at the centre, above us all. It is a watery winter day. Pale sunlight creeps through the classroom windows, glittering off the teardrop-shaped pendant the woman wears

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ANNIHILATION RADIATION: Shortlist Announcement

We are pleased to commence announcing the shortlisted authors and winners of the ANNIHILATION RADIATION Short Story Competition. After much deliberation and debate, over the course of the next eighteen days, we will be announcing the entrants who were selected for inclusion in the shortlist, followed by confirmation of the three winners. Every day at

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ANNIHILATION RADIATION: Shortlist Announcement

We are pleased to commence announcing the shortlisted authors and winners of the ANNIHILATION RADIATION Short Story Competition. After much deliberation and debate, over the course of the next eighteen days, we will be announcing the entrants who were selected for inclusion in the shortlist, followed by confirmation of the three winners. Every day at

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Eden by Tim Lebbon

Part of the job here at STORGY is that I have to read a tonne of books, everything from short story collections, to anthologies, to independently published fiction, to the great novels from the larger publishers – poetry sometimes, experimental the next… I read everything and everything. Eden is one of those books that wraps

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Choices By Sarah McPherson

A man walks, unaware that he is part of some grand experiment. He walks, not knowing his choices are monitored, checked against lists, measured against outcomes. Rated to determine whether they are good or bad. Judged on how they will impact his life or the lives of those around him. He walks. Will he turn

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Green Fingers by Dan Coxon

How does your garden grow? Dan Coxon’s, needless to say, grows supernaturally, with infinite, unruly species. The author’s new mini-collection Green Fingers is a secret garden of horror stories: shadowy, motley, but robustly knotted together by one thematic root. We jump from cabin in the woods to waggon in the snow, stumbling across invasive pot-plants,

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ANNIHILATION RADIATION: Shortlist Announcement

We are pleased to commence announcing the shortlisted authors and winners of the ANNIHILATION RADIATION Short Story Competition. After much deliberation and debate, over the course of the next eighteen days, we will be announcing the entrants who were selected for inclusion in the shortlist, followed by confirmation of the three winners. Every day at

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ANNIHILATION RADIATION: Shortlist Announcement

We are pleased to commence announcing the shortlisted authors and winners of the ANNIHILATION RADIATION Short Story Competition. After much deliberation and debate, over the course of the next eighteen days, we will be announcing the entrants who were selected for inclusion in the shortlist, followed by confirmation of the three winners. Every day at

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ANNIHILATION RADIATION: Shortlist Announcement

We are pleased to commence announcing the shortlisted authors and winners of the ANNIHILATION RADIATION Short Story Competition. After much deliberation and debate, over the course of the next eighteen days, we will be announcing the entrants who were selected for inclusion in the shortlist, followed by confirmation of the three winners. Every day at

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