Launching the Forty South Short Story Anthology 2021 (the best entries from the Tasmanian Writers’ Prize 2021).
Chris Gallagher, judge on the 2021 competition, will chair a panel featuring the 2021 Winner, RI Quin (who, due to Covid restrictions cannot be present), with Adam Thompson and the 2021 Tasmanian finalists, Helen Wyatt (commended) and Reg Lynch.
Winner: ‘Saving Daniel’, by RI Quin
RI Quin is a writer living and working from her home in regional Queensland. Her work is inspired by outback landscapes and a love of solitude. Her short fiction appeared in the Forty South Short Story Anthology 2020 and in Overland.
Commendation: ‘Chasing the light’, by Helen Wyatt
Helen Wyatt lives in lutruwita (Tasmania). She writes poetry and prose – for pleasure, for the challenge, and to try and make sense of life. Her short story, ‘Maria Magic’, was published in the Forty South Short Story Anthology, 2016.
Finalist: ‘A man’s home is his jumping castle’, by Reg Lynch.
Reg Lynch lives in lutruwita (Tasmania)… we may yet learn more…