And then there were four . . .

Absolutely thrilled to have made the final four in the Hal Porter Short Story Competition. And I’m in extremely good company, having just read R.J. Tennyson’s winning entry. Congratulations R.J. and congrats also to fellow finalists Roger Vickery (NSW) and Melisabeth Cooper Fell (VIC). And thanks University of Queensland Press for the lovely books.

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  1. ablay1

    Congratulations!

  2. I’ll second that!
    (Feeling secretly pleased that I recognised your talent so early!! “Karenlee’s strength is a gift for quirky characterisation and witty dialogue”, 2011, https://anzlitlovers.com/2011/09/18/8-states-of-catastrophe-by-karenlee-thompson/)

  3. ablay1

    I shared this on our Facebook page and Love Reading Books by Aussie Women page! https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=love%20reading%20books%20by%20aussie%20women

    Regards Anna Anna Rosner Blay Managing Editor HYBRID PUBLISHERS PO Box 52 Ormond VIC 3204 Australia

    Tel: (03) 9504 3462 See our website at: http://www.hybridpublishers.com.au

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  4. Congrats Karenlee … very pleased for you.

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