2015 ScreenCraft Short Story Contest Semifinalists Announced

By February 16, 2016 No Comments

Listed below are the semifinalists of the inaugural ScreenCraft Short Story Contest, representing the top five percent of submissions received. Congratulations to the quarter-finalists and these writers and thanks to all for entering.  Stay tuned for the winners announcement here and on our Twitter and Facebook pages!

Action Is The Color Yellow by Arlene Cox

A Fine Example by Craig Berger

Alone by Denise Meyer

A Wintering Place by Ted Morrissey

Blood Ink by Elizabeth Main

Cabin Pressure by Peter Zizzo

Charity Drive by Romano Palenzona

Danielle’s Inferno by Olivia Rivard

Dead Places by Irene Turner

Elena by Gary Sanders

Empire Of Lithium by Tim Bellows

End Of The Line, Gordon Fisk by Julie Frayn

First/Then by Sam Heyman

From The Mouths Of Babes by Kat Lewis

Grimm Expectations by W.D. County

Halal by Ari Abraham

Haven by Garon Cockrell

Homecoming by Madeline Dennis-Yates

Jubilee by Shanna Wells

Land Of Origin by Timothy Tau

Maze by Kristin Kirby

Milk Run by Jonathan D. Stiffy

Mortis by Damond Fudge

Opposite Day by Clifford Piel                                                                                          

Oryx Love by Jane Hammons

Plastic Soldiers by W.D. County

Quack And Dwight by Travis Richardson

Red Clay Halo by Mylissa Fitzsimmons

Sorceress by Curtis Burdick                                                                              

Taboo by Roberto Larios Jr.

Tell Me Something by Jeff Etheridge

The Dark Arts by Thomas Vohasek

The Final Girl by Lori Bowen

The Gift by G.G. Silverman

The Little People by Guy Quigley

The Mourning Dove by L.E. Grabowski-Cotton

The Numbers Don’t Lie by Eugene Ramos

The Resurrection Man by Shawn Scuefield

The Walls Of Paradise by Pamela Jaye Smith

Tongue Tied by Janet Tan

Turning Into Ray by Antonia Alberga-Parisi

Turnings by Elizabeth Appell

Turn Off by Ross Denyer

Two Days A Nightmare by Kyle Spence

Two Days In October by John Farrell, Jr.

Two Scorpions by Lex Snowe

Walter’s Friends by Nick A. Zaino III

Well, Haruki, Looks Like It’s Just You And Me, Kid by Daniel P. Douglas

What Lola Wants by Elana Lore

Where Credit Is Due by Joe Pan