I am pleased to announce that one of my new stories was a finalist for the Tampa Review Danahy Fiction Prize, selected by the editors of the Tampa Review. Here is a list with the winner and finalists.
Announcing the winner and finalists of the Danahy Fiction Prize
Published: Jun 15, 2016
Anne Ray of Brooklyn, New York, has been selected as winner of the tenth annual Danahy Fiction Prize by the editors of Tampa Review. She will receive a cash award of $1,000 and her winning short story, “Please Repeat My Name,” will be published in a forthcoming issue of Tampa Review.
This year the judges also named seven finalists for the Danahy Prize: “Central City” by Leslee Becker of Fort Collins, Colorado; “Garden for Loss” by Jan Bowman of Columbia, Maryland; “Rhino Girl” by Taylor Brown of Wilmington, North Carolina; “Emissary” by Abby Lipscomb of Fincastle, Virginia; “Phosphorous and Other Toxins” by Claire Luchette of Eugene, Oregon; “Accidental Camouflage” by Anthony J. Viola of Huntington, West Virginia; and “White Is for Compliant,” Megan Wildhood of Seattle, Washington.