2015 Doris Gooderson Short Story Competition Shortlist

The judges have announced the shortlist from which they shall make their final decision in the next few days. The shortlisted entries and authors are:

  • The Sun and the Moon – Cassie Beggs – Caerleon, Gwent
  • Shadow Over My Shoulder – Sheila Hollingberry – Etchingham
  • Nemesis – Wanda Pierpoint – Tamworth
  • Out for the Count – Marcia Woolf – Hastngs
  • Only In The Dark – Jim Waite, Perth
  • Born Again – Jacqueline Zacharias – York
  • A Paddling of Ducks – Elise Hawken – Gainsborough
  • Over the Limit – Andrew Giles – Darlington
  • The Other Mr Chips – Andrew Giles – Darlington
  • Worlds Apart – Kate Westgate, Ellesmere
  • Too Late to Remember – Malcolm Maxell – Guildford
  • The Idyll – Josie Turner – Hitchin
  • Neighbourly Spirit – Norman Kitching – Gosport
  • Absconding – Elisabeth Kondal – Worthing
  • The Pencil – Janet Hancock – Ferndown
  • Where’s Dad? – Jane Byle – Carnforth
  • Losing Lyn – Bruce Harris – Seaton
  • The Sand People – Jonathan Slack, Bradford-on-Avon
  • A Dish Best Served Cold – Myra Godden – Ashford
  • The Debt –Kevin Chant – Worcester
  • A Present for Teacher – Sarah Lovett – Lowestoft
  • The Open Cage – Pamela Keevil – Stroud
  • Free Range – Dianne Simmons – Bath
  • Stars in Your Eyes – Alyson Hilbourne – Yokahama, Japan
  • Jimmy – Clare Connolly – Weymouth
  • Other People’s Lives – Gillian Gardner – Shrewsbury
  • In Confidence – Ian Burton – Bournmouth
  • Waiting for the Pigeons – Tony Oswick – Essex
  • Rock Goddess – Karen McDermott – Hove
  • The A – Z of Adultery – Jacqueline Cooper – Bradford
  • A Special Vocation – Stephen Gage – Essex
  • Grandma’s Needles – Alison Wassell – St Helens
  • Thin Lizzy – Jo Derrick – Rugby
  • The Book – David Mathews – Bath
  • Galloping in Vain – Mathew Callaghan – Clarkston

Congratulations to everyone on this list. The top three entires will be announced by 1st October 2015. And out thanks go to everyone who entered, because it means we’re able to make another donation to the Severn Hospice this year.

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