SALA Short Story Prize winners announced
Arts Council of Mansfield is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2016 SALA Short Story Prize.
In its second year, the prize awards a national winner and a local winner. The Bendigo Bank, Mansfield and District Community Bank branch sponsors the local winner prize of $500. The prize for the national winner is $1000.
This year’s competition saw regional writer Chris Scriven (Kyneton) take out the national prize with his story ‘Knees like polished stones’
The local winner this year is Kammy Cordner Hunt, with her story ‘Himalaya’.
The winning stories will be published in this year’s collection, along with a selection of stories by other entrants.
Chris Scriven – Knees like polished stones (National winner)
Kammy Cordner Hunt – Himalaya (Local winner)
Mark Brandi – Tippy
Melisabeth (Melly) Cooper Fell – Aftermath
Jillian Forrest – I’ve got Frogs
Kate Glenister – Summer
Daniel Harper – The Goddess of Wealth
Sue Hines – Echo of the Future
Louis Klee – German Bug
Charlotte Lindsay – Dear Margaret
Georgina Luck – The Mungo stone
Julie Twohig – New Friends
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