Our winner and two runners-up tell us a little about themselves.
How to Make a Window Snake
Charmaine was raised in New York and Kingston, Jamaica, and lives in Rome. Her fiction and personal essays have appeared or are forthcoming in Spelk Fiction, To Carry Her Home: Bath Flash Fiction Volume One, Ad Hoc Fiction, New Letters magazine and The American | In Italia. She has been a broadcast journalist and communications consultant. She can be found on Twitter @charmspen1.
A Safer Way to Fall
Joanna’s stories have appeared in numerous competition anthologies and literary magazines. In 2015, Brick Lane Publishing released her debut novel, Tying Down The Lion, and she also became the winner of The London Short Story Prize. In 2016, her solo short story collection, When Planets Slip Their Tracks, was published in hardback by Ink Tears. It was subsequently short-listed for The Rubery International Book Award and is currently on the long-list for The Edge Hill Short Story Prize. See her work on joanna-campbell.com and tweet her @PygmyProse.
Things I Dream About When I’m Not Sleeping
Ingrid grew up in Vincennes, Indiana, studied creative writing at the University of Evansville, then physics at the University of Cambridge. Her writing has found homes in places like Passages North, The Los Angeles Review, Rattle, The Conium Review and Jellyfish Review, and she has received honors such as the Bath Flash Fiction Award and the A Room of Her Own Foundation’s Orlando Prize. Links to Ingrid’s work can be found at www.ingridj.com and she occasionally tweets @LunchOnTuesday.