The Finalists are in!

It appears that the Flatmancrooked Fiction Prize is a desired commodity if the response to our second annual offering is to be taken as evidence. Our readers and editors spent two months reading, and reading, and reading, and after consideration, debate, and rereading, the finalists and their stories were sent off to our guest judge, Benjamin Percy (author of The Wilding and Refresh, Refresh). And the finalists are:

“Amber Wong-Cohen” by Jessica Fleitman

“Riot on Cell Block P” by Geoff Schmidt

“Outside” by Daniel Grandbois

“Clues to Murple” by Kirk Curnutt

“Long Enough and Hard Enough” by Tom Bonfiglio

“Cloisters” by Danny Goodman

“Based on True Events” by Danny Goodman

“The Housekeeper” by Theodore Wheeler

“Look Up. Look Up.” by Myfanwy Collins

“Punch Confessions” by R. Neal Bonser

The prize recipient and the runner-up will be announced in late October. Congratulations to the finalists.

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