Tag: Geoff Lepard

RESULTS – Microcosms 27

Apologies all for the lateness of the post. Many thanks to our judge for Microcosms 27 Bill Engleson, here are his final judgements: Here in lotus land (I know, I know, there are so many lotus lands, but I am referencing MINE; The West Coast of British Columbia,) it’s been wet for days. Not flood wet,…

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RESULTS – Microcosms 24

Before we launch into CR Smith’s results for this week’s contest, I would just like to extend a huge thank you to Sal Page for her thoroughly entertaining posting this week. If anyone else would like to contribute a post, please get in touch, and now over to our judge … You’ve given me a…

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RESULTS – Microcosms 15

Okay, all. Sorry for the late results. (These 12-hour workdays have been rough, but I do apologize.) What’s especially disappointing about posting late is that you all wrote some AMAZING stories. This was one of those weeks where any one of you could have won, and I mean that. All right, the moment you’ve all…

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RESULTS – Microcosms 14

High quality work, as always! A HUGE thanks to this week’s judges, Voima Oy and Geoff Holme. Here’s what Voima had to say: What fun to read these stories! Wonderful inventiveness and language. Well-done, everyone! And here’s what Geoff had to say: Hi, flash fictioneers! That’s the term I prefer – they use Word Counts…

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RESULTS – Microcosms 13

As usual, a strong crop of stories this week! Here’s what Bill had to say about things: Here we go again. For reasons totally beyond my ken, I am judging the work of my betters. Actually, I believe I am an excellent candidate to be a judge. I am ruthless, fair, and occasionally humorous. No…

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RESULTS – Microcosms 10

Wow, although we didn’t receive as many entries as usual this week, we sure received some great ones! You guys always manage to impress me. You should be proud. A HUGE thanks to Brian S Creek for helping me judge this week. Here’s what he had to say. 🙂 It feels good to be judging…

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