For Writers and the Readers Who Love Them
Past Seasons’ Contests
The results for the past seasons of the writing contest, in reverse order.
Note, starting with this quarter I’ve renamed the quarters. No quarter was skipped.
The theme was Green. Two stories tied for first with identical scores of 3.91: In the Greenwood by Renee Carter Hall (“Poetigress”) and Saving the Magic by Michelle Hicks. More about the spring 2008 contest.
I did not hold a contest for winter 2008, but used the time to update the website code. However, Vaperfox held the Tale Weaver Anthro Fiction Contest in its place. More about that contest here.
Nadan launched the contest as the Watching Stone Anthro Story Contest for Spring 2006 on March 1st, but was forced to drop out several weeks later due to personal circumstances. I picked up the contest and renamed it Anthrofiction Network’s Short Story Contest for Spring 2006, using Nadan’s theme and rules. The theme was Foreigners. The Dance by Dr. Kayngi, won. More about the spring 2006 contest.
There was no contest for winter of 2006. Several factors led to the fall contest being delayed. Because of this, Nadan skipped the winter contest and went straight to the spring 2006 contest.
The Watching Stone Anthro Story Contest, managed by Nathan Ryan (Nadan). The theme was Apples. Family Matters (pdf), by Scott Miller (ScottyDM), won the Cat’s Eye award. More about the fall 2005 contest.
The Watching Stone Anthro Story Contest, managed by Nathan Ryan (Nadan). The theme was Oceans or Beaches. And the Sea Roared (pdf), by Dr. Kayangi, won the Black Pearl award. More about the summer 2005 contest.
The Watching Stone Anthro Story Contest, managed by Nathan Ryan (Nadan). The theme was Butterflies. Different (pdf), by Amber Kruger (PrincessB), won the Jade Tiger award. More about the spring 2005 contest.
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