Welcome to our November edition! Enjoy these wonderful stories, and congratulations to the winner of Scribble's Short Fiction Contest for Beginning Writers.
Tari Goerlitz' Felling Cut about a woman ready to clear the obstacles on the path leading out of grief is a worthy winner. We are proud to be the first to publish Tari, a talented writer who has a lot of writing success ahead of her.
Short-listed in our contest is Me Meeting, by Ross Rosenfeld and Lean on Me, by Roya Scales.
Thank you to all who submitted. And thank you for reading Scribble.
MARIANA SERAPICOS is a Brazilian writer and filmmaker living in London. Her short film 15/LOVE was screened at the Kids Toronto Film Festival in 2016. Shortly after, her screenplay, The Grandad Project, won the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Competition. She has recently published an essay in Dissonance Magazine, and is currently writing her first novel.
THE GLASS MARBLE
M.E. PROCTOR'S short stories have been published in All Worlds Wayfarer, Bristol Noir, Tilde, Fiction Kitchen Berlin, The Bookends Review, Fiction on the Web, and others. She lives in Livingston, Texas. Twitter:@MEProctor3
THE DAISY PLATE
LAURA CARNES WILLIAMS is a mother, a writer, and a school nurse. Her work can be found/forthcoming in Literary Mama, The Penmen Review, The Real Story, and elsewhere. She is an assistant fiction editor of the literary journal Stone Canoe. www.LauraCarnesWilliams.com.
THE FELLING CUT
TARI GOERLITZ is an international artist and writer originally from Northern Minnesota. She has spent over twenty years exploring the intersection of art and words through visual journaling. Felling Cut is her first published piece, which has been nominated for the Pen/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers.