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James BenmoreThe votes are all in, and it’s time to announce that James Benmore has won the Fiction Desk Writer’s Award, for his story ‘Jaggers & Crown’. As well as the credit from his colleagues, James will be getting a cheque for £200 from The Fiction Desk, which should keep him in ballpoint pens for a while.

Read more about the award here, and if you’ve not yet read James’s winning story, you’ll want to grab a copy of All These Little Worlds.

One Comments on “James Benmore wins the Fiction Desk Writer’s Award”

  1. michael carey Says:

    So deserved.

    Jaggers and Crown is such an accomplished story. There’s so much depth to it.

    (It also got me back into writing short stories in a big way.)
    Well done James.

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