>E Short Story and Poetry Contest Winners

>Sarah Hall – author of Mann Booker short-listed novel The Electric Michelangelo – was the judge for the E Short Story and Poetry (ESSP) contest in 2005, run by Word Market. First Prize Short Story went to Gill Nicholson of Ulverston for Afterwards, runner up was Acorns and Conkers by SmokeLong author Kay Sexton of Hove.

This is Kay’s third runner up prize for fiction in the past twelve months and one of her 2005 resolutions is to win at least one contest this year, rather than taking second place.


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