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Thank you to everyone who submitted for the RFB3: Flash Fiction Contest – Transformations

The contest has officially ended now.  Thank you to everyone who submitted.  I now have enough reading material to settle down with a cup of peppermint mocha coffee and read the duration of my holiday.  Special thanks to those that submitted illustrations. 

I will read these and announce the winners prior to Christmas Eve.  We have had an astounding 28 entries.  If you do not see your name listed here and can provide confirmation that you submitted prior to Dec. 16th.. please contact me privately.

These are listed here in NO PARTICULAR ORDER:


Aeolus Cleanslate

yti islay

Rivette Prantis

Jimmy Branagh

Sky Netizen

lopixie artful

Bianca Namori

Griffin Snowpaw

Arconus Arkwright

Rikka Koi

Franq Blackheart

Kenelm Constantine

Gyro Muggins

Stargirl Macbain

Blackhawk60 Sikorsky

Scottie Melnik

Samm Florian

Breezy Carver

Ceejay Writer

Elleon Bergamasco

jedburge30 Dagger

Glaubrius Valeska

Queer Hermit

Tinus Koskinen

Jonathon Spires

Blackberry Harvey

Malthaussen Hammill


If I have misspelt your name I apologize.  If you do not see your name here, and again.. can confirm you submitted prior to Dec 16, please contact me privately.  

Please be patient on the winners.. I do have to go through and read each one, and make my selection at that time.  The books should be available for purchase (hopefully before christmas.. ) by January 1st.  This is a plume in the hat of every single person who ever stepped foot in a steamland and you should all be very proud of yourselves.  Flash Fiction is the shortest of genres, but it is also one of the hardest.  To take a story, fashion into something cohesive, engaging and ultimately enjoyable, within 600 words is (as a friend so aptly put it) akin to “trying to write in hell”. 

So many thanks, and keep your eye here for the announcement.


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  1. Ceejay Writer Ceejay Writer December 16, 2010

    look at that list!  I can’t wait to read what everyone has created!  *bounce*

  2. Sheryl Skytower Sheryl Skytower December 16, 2010

    *claps paws together*


  3. Queer Hermit Queer Hermit December 16, 2010

    Quite a few more than last year.  I am very content to see how our sooty city comes together when the need arises.  Well done !!

  4. Aeolus Cleanslate Aeolus Cleanslate December 16, 2010


    /me does the math. ~16500 words. How cool are we?

  5. Jonathon Spires Jonathon Spires December 17, 2010

    Can’t wait to read everyone.

  6. Breezy Carver Breezy Carver December 17, 2010

    /me looks up and grins ..  twirlsss quietly away .. 

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