After many great entries on everything from genetic engineering to England’s football team, we’ve select our three winners.
The three stories are the first to be published on our new site, which aims to create a new vision of the future of our country through short stories.
It’s was hard to choose the winners, but we managed to get it down to three. They are…
- Rat Farm by Tom Leins: A dark tale of rats and revenge set in Devon.
- Three and a half things by Nina Lindmark-Lie: This sweet tale follows a girl through the streets of Brighton. She has a plan, but will she follow through.
- Wake up to yourself by Aviva Treger: A women tries to remove her haunted memories with new science – but with unintended consequences.
Click on the links above to read these stories or go to our site. It also means we’ve updated our future timeline with the events of these brilliant short stories.
And it means we’re now accepting submissions for the June 30th deadline. Anyone wanting to enter should read the stories and check our timeline to make sure their piece fits in with the events now established. More details on how to enter can be found here.
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I love the idea of this site. I’m off now to have a read and to start thinking about what the future might hold…
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