JUNIOR AND SENIOR CATEGORY COMPETITION SHORTLISTS

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September 21, 2015 by

Congratulations to all our many entrants – the standard was particularly high this year.

And particularly well done to those who have made it on to this year’s shortlists.

2015 H G WELLS SHORT STORY COMPETITION JUNIOR CATEGORY SHORTLIST
First Class by Esmé Ford (Gloucestershire)
The Audition by Holly Friend (Derbyshire)
Climbing by Marcus McCabe (Sussex)
Adrift by Cassandra Yong (London)
The Surface by Julia Mun (Georgia, USA)
Lucky Streak by Lowri Mathias (Edinburgh)
Little Things by Georgia Bozianu (Essex)
Ellen Looked Again at Alfred by Molly Watkins (Cambridgeshire)
The Swarf by William Carroll (Warwickshire)
Anyone Can End Up Down Here by Lauren Ross (Edinburgh)

2015 H G WELLS SHORT STORY COMPETITION SENIOR CATEGORY SHORTLIST
Bowler and Bunnet, Felt and Fascinator by Dorothy Bruce (Berwickshire)
Perfidia by David Shonfield (London)
Ruby by Anstey Spraggan (Kent)
The Boy Who Could See in the Dark by Susan Zatland (Buckinghamshire)
The Clintons by Catherine Higgins-Moore (Northern Ireland)
The Second Door by Thomas Wadsworth (Melbourne, Australia)
A Droplet of Cream by Auriel Roe (Nottinghamshire)
Cultural Exchange of ’76 by Melanie Whipman (Surrey)
Credo by Anne Padley (Kent)
A Proper Mother by Thomas Pitts (Berkshire)
Degrees of Separation by Lee Stoddart (Kent)
Sister Philomena by Anne O’Brien (Brussels)
Grace by Eleanor Ross (London)
Play Time by Daniel Penfold (Kent)
The Front by Eve Chancellor (Suffolk)

All of the above will be published in the 2015 Anthology.
Keep your eyes open for details of winners and Awards Ceremony!


2019

Theme: Time

2019 Competition closed Monday 8th July 2019.

Shortlist to be announced Saturday 21st September, winner announced Sunday 24th November.

For further information, please read the rules and FAQs below. If you cannot find the answer to your query there, you can email hgwellscompetition@gmail.com

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