From time to time we will be posting writings from our members, entrants of the William Taylor Memorial Short Story Competition and from other sources.
This story by Bruce Stevenson was awarded a Highly Commended" rating in the William Taylor Memorial Short Story competition for 2016. Bruce lives in Ohura. "Godley's F.u.b.a.r by Bruce Stevenson I’m clutching an old Rimu board pulled from the firewood stash. Dense...read more
This story by Mary Elsmore-Neilson won 3rd place in the William Taylor Memorial Short Story competition for 2016. The judge commented: Rona allows us to discover meaning as much in what the writer doesn’t share, as what is here. The voice of the child-narrator is...read more
This story by Linda Moser won 2nd place in the William Taylor Memorial Short Story Competition for 2016. The Judge commented: This is beautifully sustained descriptive prose that offers fine insights into a moment of change for the narrator who is the protagonist. You...read more
This story was the winning entry in the 2016 William Taylor Memorial Short Story Competition The Judge's Comments were: The Night of the Big Music is, in the best sense of that term, a very good yarn, allowing us to understand how important it is to understand what it...read more