Twelve Days Anthology - The winning stories
Yesterday saw the Dark Fiction Magazine team working on the final selection for the Twelve Days Christmas Anthology. We had many excellent submissions sent in over the past couple of weeks, making yesterday a day for tough decisions and close calls.
Thanks to everyone who sent in a story. We appreciate the time and effort you put in, and are delighted to know that people are keen to be a part of Dark Fiction Magazine. A special thank you must go to Jason Baki and Amanda Rutter, the Dark Fiction Magazine slush readers. These guys, in addition to their jobs and running their own blogs, have worked hard to read through every submission and give us invaluable insight into the final selection.
And so to the winners.
It’s Just A Game – Neil Benyon
Wintermachine – Scott Harrison
True Love – David Hartley
Seven Swans – Chris Lewis
The Fifth Day – Alison Littlewood
Just One Night – Terry Martin
Seven Swans-a-Swimming – Martin McGrath
Five Gold Rings – Peter Morrison
Ten Lords-a-Leaping – Kev Rooney
Milk – Jennifer Williams
Nine Ladies Dancing – Marc Williams
Ten Lords-a-Leaping – Stuart Young
Congratulations to our twelve winning writers. The anthology is set for release at the Winter Solstice, so not long to go before you’ll be able to feast your ears on the stories.