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Winning Poems & Stories

Poetry Competition 1

Lots of entries in the first poetry competition, thanks to all the authors who submitted stuff.
Here are links to some of the winning poems:

                                            
  'Did You Know', written by Beverley Lello

                                              
'Mosses, Air, Water',written by Elizabeth G. Arthur

                                            
  'The Ride of His Life', written by Lyn Hatherly

                                             
 'Remembrance of Nocturnal Things Imperfect', written by Boris Glikman

Short Story Competition 2:

Plenty of interesting short stories received for this competition.
Here are links to the winning entries:

                              '
Grace,' written by David Richer

                              'The Peculiar Story of Frank and his friend Mr Stims, the Hydrophobe,' written by Boris Glikman

Gar's Bookshelf Poetry Competition 141:

Thanks to all those who sent in their poems. Only one of the three prize-winning poets has consented to the publication of
their entry. Note that for future competitions I am making publication on this site a prerequisite of entry. This will only apply
to the prize-winning entries. Here is a link to the third placed story:

                ‘Reminiscence of Things Imperfect (Universal Variation on a Main Theme) - written by Boris Glikman
Gar's Bookshelf Short Story Competition 141:

Thanks for all the wonderful stories sent to me for this competition. One of the winning authors opted out of having their story published on this site. A
shame, as it was a great read. Again, note that for future competitions I am making publication on this site a prerequisite of entry. This will only apply to
the prize-winning entries. Her are links to the winning and third placed story:

                                                                                                      ‘Mr Stanford, the Golden Gun and the Dog, written by Chelsea Rose

                                                                                                      'The New Phone', written by Boris Glikman