The Glimmer Train "Family Matters" competition closes April 30. We're looking for original, unpublished stories on family, word count range: 500 – 12,000.
First place wins $1,200 and publication in Issue 76 of Glimmer Train Stories.
Second- and third-place winners receive $500/$300 (or, if chosen for publication, $700).
Winners and finalists of the January "Family Matters" competition have been notified, and the Top-25 list is posted! (Remember you can check status of your online submissions by logging in and clicking on My Submissions.)
1st place: "What We Can" by Jeremiah Chamberlin
2nd place: "God and Buses" by Yuval Zalkow
3rd place: "Everything in Its Right Place" by Adam Theron-Lee Rensch
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