Announcing the winner of the 2021 WordCrafter Short Fiction Contest

Where Spirits Linger

The winner of this contest was supposed to be announced by the end of May, but as I explained in my last post of the month, all contest submissions were asked to make some revisions and I couldn’t determine a winner until that was done, so I’d have the revised stories to choose from. However now, that has happened. I have all the stories back with revisions and the time has come to reveal the winner.

And the winner is…

I’m happy to announce that the winner of this year’s contest is Christa Planko for her story “Olde-Tyme Village“. The winning story will be featured in this year’s paranormal anthology, Where Spirits Linger and Christa will receive a $25 Amazon gift card.


6 Comments on “Announcing the winner of the 2021 WordCrafter Short Fiction Contest”

  1. artrosch says:

    Running contests is an inspiration, KL. Everyone gets hot about contests, especially when a bit of cash is involved. congrats to you and congrats to Christa Planko. You’ve just increased her audience by many…dozens, hundreds, thousands? Who knows? It can’t hurt.

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    • Hi Art. This contest wasn’t as successful as previous ones, with only 3 entries. I’m adding stories from others, which require no entry fee, if you have any short ghost stories hanging around with the skeletons in your closet. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Congratulations to Christa!!

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  3. Congratulations to Christa, Kaye.

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