The British Fantasy Society has announced the results of its 2020 Short Story Competition.
First place: “Thought Surgery” by Richard Webb
Second place: “Fairy Cattle” by Patrick Creek
Third place: “One Direction” by Beverley Haddon
The first-place winner receives £100 and a year’s membership of the BFS. The author of the second-place story wins £50 and a year’s membership. The third-place story author wins £20. All three stories will be published in BFS Horizons.
Lead Judge Shona Kinsella said 104 eligible stories were submitted. The other judges were Steven Poore, Lucy Hounsom, Megan Leigh and Charlotte Bond.