And the Winners Are…

Lord have mercy, what a contest!

Some of our finest flash fictionateering, ever,
ending in a three way tie for both prizes,
decided by the Fan Vote.

Not one to Waste Time, the Winners are:

the grand prize
“Casket Suite” by James Dorr

and runner-up
“Storm Surge” by Laurinda Lind

Yes indeed, a three way tie for both prizes.
The top contenders by judge votes were
“Clouds” by Ilhamul Azam, along with “Casket Suite” and “Storm Surge”.
As you may recall, a draw is decided by the Fan Vote:

“The Toll” by Stephen Page
won the Fan Favorite vote with over 30% of the 228 votes,
followed by
“Casket Suite” by James Dorr
with over 15%.

Of the top contenders, “Casket Suite had the most votes,
followed by “Storm Surge” by Laurinda Lind with almost 14%.

Thus, our winners.
View how the judges voted.

! It’s the 10th Anniversary of Defenestrationism !

We’re celebrating with an absurd amount of publishing–
so be sure to keep surfing through the rest of these cold winter months,
as proudly presents

“Blood Run, a script “
by Chantelle Tibbs
(daily, January 18th through the 21st)

“Dude, Where’s the Washington Monument? The Real-Life Volume of Covid-Deaths”
by Jimmy Sprinkles
(January 23rd)

“The Seven Jewels”
by Rev. Joe Kelly
(thrice weekly, January 26th through February 23rd)

“Cornelius X’s Book of Bad  Dreams”
by Tom Ball
(thrice-weekly, February 25th through March 27th)

read the suites
more contests at
What’s New
home/ Bonafides

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