Our Romance winners
Congratulations To M.G. Doane from Southern Indiana our first Romance winner at Beneath The Rainbow for her short story, My Jilted Valentine
Cherie Mitchell, from New Zealand
Rick Stepp-Bolling from Ramona, California
Our Quarterly winners:
$100 short story
Congratulations to Meagan for being our first quarterly winner at Beneath The Rainbow for her short story, “Thieves.”
Meagan Lucas is a Canadian who found home in the mountains of North Carolina. Her stories have been published or are forthcoming in The City Quill, Dime Show Review, BLYNKT Lit Mag, The Scythe Prize Anthology, and Santa Fe Writers Project. Rural life, the grey space between right and wrong, and the dark underbelly of the American Dream figure prominently in her work.
Read more at www.meaganlucas.com.
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Ram Krishna Singh, an Indian English poet, has been writing for about four decades. Professionally, till recently, an English language teacher in a technical university in Dhanbad, India, he has published more than 160 research articles, 175 book reviews and 42 books, including Sexless Solitude and Other Poems (2009), Sense and Silence: Collected Poems (2010), New and Selected Poems Tanka and Haiku (2012), and You Can’t Scent Me and Other Selected Poems (2016) . He has also published a memoir, Writing Editing Publishing: A Memoir (2016), which may interest literary historians, researchers and poets. His haiku and tanka have been internationally read and appreciated. web: www.rksinghpoet.blogspot.in ; email: firstname.lastname@example.org