I’m delighted to have won the January 2012 Global Short Story competition with a story I wrote a while ago (and have revised, revised, revised).  It’s certainly a great thrill to have won a competition that truly does bring together writers of all nationalities.  For those of you who haven’t visited the site, it’s well worth a visit.  You can read all the previous winning entries, catch up on John Dean’s great blog and mingle with other writers on the forums.  Of course, you can even enter the competition yourself.  Closing date is last day of each month.

About vickydaddo

I live in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. I write short fiction and novels. My stories have appeared in The Big Issue Fiction Special, Award Winning Australian Writing, Women’s Day, That’s Life and other anthologies. I have won or been placed in many competitions including the Hope Prize, the Scarlet Stilettos and the FAW National Literary Awards. In 2018, I received a women’s writing scholarship through The Hope Prize. I am a Writers Victoria Regional Ambassador for Gippsland and President of the Gippsland Writers Group. I teach creative writing classes at Warragul Community House and help program the Latrobe Literary Festival.
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