It has been my honour and privilege to conduct The South Shore Review’s first ever Flash Fiction Contest. I’m excited to announce the following winners.

Please join me in congratulating each of the three winners. In addition to cash prizes, each winner will receive a one-year membership to the Writer’s Federation of Nova Scotia

All eight of the shortlisted pieces will be published in our digital magazine and we hope to be able to publish a print anthology in 2024 that would include the shortlist, selected long-list pieces, and selected pieces already published in The South Shore Review.

TL Parry-Sands

TL Parry-Sands has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and long-listed for a Bath Short Story Award. Her publications include The Antigonish ReviewProject Calm MagazineFictive DreamReflex FictionNational Flash Fiction Day Flash Flood, and the 2020 National Flash Fiction Day Anthology. She edits The South Shore ReviewThe Blake-Jones Review, and she has studied under Dr. Alistair MacLeodDr. Bruce Meyer, and Adele Wiseman.