Best Adventure Story

The winner of the November competition for Best Adventure Short Story is King of the Mountain by Pamela Tatt.

Congratulations to Pamela, who will receive personal feedback from Tony Park (Far Horizon, Zambezi, African Sky, Safari, Silent Predator, Ivory, The Delta) and a $250 Angus & Robertson voucher.

Pamela has a website for her fiction writing at www.pamelatatt.com.

Competition winners:

September (Rural/Small Town Setting)

How Would They Get Rid of Him? by Adam Tucker

October (Realistic Horror)

The Surgeon, by Sam Stephens

November (Adventure)

King of the Mountain, by Pamela Tatt

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Thank you to everyone who has entered short stories in this competition over the past three months, to authors Fleur McDonaldJJ Cooper and Tony Park for providing feedback for the winners, and to Angus & Robertson for providing vouchers for the winners.

The Australian Literature Review
www.auslit.net

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One Response to Best Adventure Story

  1. Michael says:

    Congratulations, Pamela. Well deserved.

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