Winner of the First ShortzMag Flashfiction Contest

And the winner of the First ShortzMag Flashfiction Contest is, with 51 out of 157 votes:

Story 6 by @simonasylvester
It went on for years. And then, one day, she said ‘yes.’ It was whispered, hushed, involuntary, panted. It cut him to his addled core.


Second place(39 votes):

Story 18 by @A_TAD
Loneliness crept in through an open window and slid into bed between the lovers. Without a sound they rolled onto their sides and made room.


Third place(33 votes):

Story 17 by @redsaid1
After the accident, she's still conscious. She frets. Not about possibly dying, but about whether the paramedics'll notice her unshaven legs


Congratulations winners from the ShortzMag Editors! Click here to see all results.

We the editors thought we would give you our list of favorites (not necessarily in this order):

Story 5 by @blanchardauthor
I blinked, alive again. Those fool children had done it! They had placed the hat on a golem, returning me. Time for this snowman to play.

Story 14 by @DavidKM
Robbie was in trouble. The traffic signals were communicating with one another using a variant of Morse code. The lights were against him.

Story 18 by @A_TAD
Loneliness crept in through an open window and slid into bed between the lovers. Without a sound they rolled onto their sides and made room.


Thanks all flashfiction writers for joining the contest and thanks everybody else for voting. We hope to have a next contest in the new year!

Greetings,

DK, ZA, IS

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