Mary Mascari’s story “Lost and Found” has won the annual ISFiC Writers Contest. The selection was announced November 12 during Windycon.
Mascari received $300, room and membership at Windycon, and her story was published in the convention program book.
This year’s contest judges included Jody Lynn Nye, Elizabeth Anne Hull, and Roland Green.
The ISFiC Writers contest was created in 1986 and is open to residents of Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, or any member of the previous year’s Windycon. The contest is for previously unpublished authors. See the rules here.
[Thanks to Steven H Silver for the story.]
Update 11/15/2010: Removed the extra period from Steven’s name — it is now available for adoption to a good home.