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Migration Honorable Mentions

Migration Honorable Mention

OK, so I’m a day late. LOL… anyhow, it’s time to announce the Honorable Mentions for the Migration flash fiction contest. These were the highest scoring stories – ones that got at least 60 out of 80 possible points (20 for queer representation, 20 for spec fic content, 20 for craft, and 20 for interpretation of theme).

If your story appears on this list, it means you were not one of the top three winners this year, but you did write an amazing story. You may also still be in the running for one of our Judge’s Picks.

So without further ado, here is the list, and congrats to all on your accomplishment:

Amanda Thomas – Rabbit
Amarilys Acosta – Diáspora
Andi Deacon – That Does Not Love…
Angelica Primm – Saving Ostakis
Ava Kelly – Across the Mirror Lake
C.A. McDonald – Home
Carey Ford Compton – Ze Who Walks Into the Future
Chloe Spencer – Our Last Light Skip
Crysta K. Coburn – Parched
E.M. Hamill – O Human Child
E.W. Murks – Forever Bound
Elizabeth Andre – They Said It Would Be Her
Evelyn Benvie – Call My People Home
Harry F. Rey – The Albatrosses
Isobel Granby – Portrait of a Lady
J. R. Frontera – The Hunt
Jamie Bonomi – Whose Nightmare?
Jet Lupin – Laetus
Joe Baumann – Where You Go, I’ll Follow
Kim Fielding – The Risks and Advantages of Data Migration
kim gryphon – Irreversible
Mary Newman – Breeding Season
Nathan Alling Long – How Far Would You Go for the One You Love?
Raina Lorring – Be Kind to Strangers
Robyn Walker – Hope for Charity
S.M. Noble – Research & Development
Sacchi Green – Going Back
Shannon West – The Selkie’s Dance
Shirley Meier – Seal Hunt
Spencer Mann – Memories of Clay
Stewart C Baker – Birds of New Atlantis
Treasure Nguyen – Skin Hunger
Ziggy Schutz – Stream of Consciousness


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