Amygdala Short Story Contest!
ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNERS
The winners of the first Amygdala Magazine Short Story Contest are:
First Prize: Steve Cook ( @stevecook23 ) for Belina
Second Prize: Brandon K Nobles ( @srBrandonNobles ) for The Obituary Writer
Third Prize: Isaac Coleman for Tonight's Supernova
This was a difficult judging process, we were so impressed with the submissions. Th other submissions that will be invited to participate in the first issue are currently being notified, so check your inboxes!
We are of course currently CLOSED TO SUBMISSIONS!
Watch this site or follow us on Twitter ( @amygdalazine ) for details on our next competition in the Spring of 2016!
The First ISSUE
The first issue will be available towards the end of November 2015. It will be available through digital publishing outlets for Kindle and Nook Ereaders. Watch closely here on on our Twitter feed for updates.
This issues' theme is:
TECHNOLOGY INTERACTING WITH HUMANS.
The story can include anything that would tie in the theme of interactions between people and technology, machines, devices, etc. It could be a cowboy with a revolver, an 18th century detective using early fingerprinting techniques, a man with an artificial heart, or a machine that records dreams. Anything that uses the interaction of technology and humanity as an engaging device. The use of the theme does not have to be sledgehammered into our faces, it is meant to be a skillfully woven inclusion.
Watch this page as we make more judges public
(and make sure to click on the little secret easter eggs in our biographies...)