March Monthly Micro Winners

Congratulations again to all of the shortlisted authors. Here are the winners!

First Prize Winner: Planetary Motion by Clodagh O Connor

Why we chose it: We liked that the simple language encompasses huge emotion

Second Prize Winner: Shedding by Katie Holloway

Why we chose it: We liked the hopeful shift in this story

People’s Prize Winner: Isaac Newton’s Apple Tree Still Remembers by Jackie Morris

Shortlisted Stories

10 by 9 Feet by Anita Goodfellow – Read it here

In A Caravan By The Riverbank, An Old Woman Contemplates Determinism Vs Free Will by Sam Payne – Read it here

Strange Fruit by Sarah Das Gupta – Read it here

Abalone Season by Maria Thomas – Read it here

Tomorrow Will Be The First Day Of Spring by Paul Thompson – Read it here

A Matter Of Taste by  Debbi Voisey – Read it here

November 2059 by Jessica Williams – Read it here

Clodagh and Katie win the cash prizes, and Jackie wins feedback on 1000 words of writing

Well done to everyone!

We’ll be back with our next monthly micro comp in April.