“Almost an Inkling” Flash Fiction Contest Week 4 Winners

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Week 4 [10/11 – 10/17]: Twitter Fiction

The assignment was to write a story in only one tweet-length sentence: maximum 140 characters! Give us a setting, actors, actions, a narrative arc, and an climax—all in less than the length of this prompt!

  • Remember: this contest is running concurrently with the Signum University fundraiser, so please consider making another donation to help us keep offering innovative education. http://signumuniversity.org/fund/ 


WINNER: K. Wagner, “The Lamp Lighter”

1st runner-up: Rebecca Seaman, “Mother of Invention”

Tied for 2nd runner-up:
Lee Smith, “Red”

Tied for 2nd runner-up:
Matthew Wicker, “Growing Up”


Winner (tied): Elijah David, “Last Night”

Winner (tied): Olivia Jakobitz, “Leo”

Winner (tied): Elijah David, “Out of the Ashes”

1st runner-up: Olivia Jakobitz, “Ignorance”

2nd runner-up (tied): Olivia Jakobitz, “For Here or to Go”.

2nd runner-up (tied): Elijah David, “Success is a Matter of Perspective”

2nd runner-up (tied): Elijah David, “Why Did It Have to Be Imps?”



About Sørina Higgins

Sørina Higgins is a writer, English teacher, and Inklings scholar. Sørina serves as Chair of the Department of Language and Literature at Signum University and teaches English at King's College and Lehigh Carbon Community College. She has published two books of poetry, "The Significance of Swans" and "Caduceus."
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