And this year’s winner of the Threshold’s Feature competition is the brilliant and lovely Nuala Ní Chonchúir. Her essay A Trio of Short Stories is a heartfelt examination of three stories that, though read as a child, have had a lasting impact upon her. Those of you who have read the My Life In Short Fiction posts on this blog will know I am always interested in discovering the stories that helped shape a writer’s unique perspective. If after reading Nuala’s excellent essay you are eager to find out more about the stories she cherishes, you can read her Life in Short Fiction post here.
I am delighted to be able to say that my little essay on Stig Dagerman‘s excellent collection, The Games of Night, was the runner-up and will appear on the Thresholds website on Monday (29th April).
A big congratulations to Nuala and the other short-listed and long-listed essayists. I am looking forward to reading each of them as they appear on Thresholds.
3 Responses to Thresholds Feature Competition Winner Announced.
Dan – I am delighted for both of us. Yay!
As soon as I got my email about being runner-up I had a feeling it would be your essay that won, what with your making the shortlist last year. As I have said elsewhere. A well deserved win, really enjoyed your essay.
Thoroughly enjoyed both features. Well done Dan for taking the runner up prize and Nuala for winning the top spot.
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