Hysteria 7

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Hysteria 7 is the anthology of all winning stories, flash fiction and poetry from the 2020 Hysteria Writing Competition. This year the competition was also open to children under the age of 16. This is the seventh year of the Hysteria Writing Competition and the first since it moved home to join me on the Healthy Happy Woman website.

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Hysteria 7 is the anthology of all winning stories, flash fiction and poetry from the 2020 Hysteria Writing Competition. This year the competition was also open to children under the age of 16. This is the seventh year of the Hysteria Writing Competition and the first since it moved home to join me on the Healthy Happy Woman website.

Each of these outstanding entries are written by the authors, writers and poets from many countries around the globe, where often English is not their first language. They are all a testament to the amazing creativity that all humans can muster. It’s also a fascinating insight into the similarity of themes that transcend cultures and borders. This is the seventh anthology from the Hysteria Writing Competition. Hysteria 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 from the 2012 to 2017 competitions are also available to buy. If you’ve enjoyed this collection then you’ll probably love the others too.

The winners in each category this year are:

Flash Fiction Category

  • EE Rhodes – A lighthouse mourning
  • Michelle Christophorou – The cake in the shape of a five
  • Ana Agaronyan – Clipons
  • Tricia Lowther – Birthday, 1973
  • Richard Teague – Eggie
  • Eithne Cullen – Horold Holt
  • Karenlee Thompson – The watcher
  • Tiffany White – Working title
  • Jessica Joy – Big brother
  • Oruare Ojimadu – End and beginning

Poetry Category

  • Punnet Chansuria – Virus
  • Aishah Adams – Your words can’t break me
  • A.M. Cash – The Poets Meeting
  • Abdulrahman M. Abu-Yaman – Pulchritudinous Purple
  • Heather Cook – A call from a friend
  • Anita Michael – Africa; who we are
  • Rita Azekwoh – Ingredients to destruction
  • The sparkling sun of kindness – Rahma Jimoh
  • Fiona Ritchie-Walker – Manifesto
  • Manasa Kalluri – Lavender

Short Story

  • Sam Payne – On the train to London
  • Jane O’Connor – The flower box
  • Mara Dougall – Grace
  • Jasmine Arden-Brown – Autumn lupins
  • Laura Besley – God’s Great Chessboard
  • Chase Cartwright – Spring cleaning
  • Veronica Bright – Giving in
  • Kate Leimer – <<But you don’t know my name>>
  • Rosaleen Lynch – The indentation of pearls
  •  In vino veritas – Gillian Scholey

Under 16’s Children’s category

I will list the finalists as I receive permission from their parents or guardians, so expect this to update several times over the next few days. Our finalists are:

  • Ana Ramljak – The hidden beauty of our past actions
  • Nguyen Cat Tuong Anh – Sad Live
  • Malumi Adeboye – Evergreen
  • Fausto Padilla – To the dead mother
  • Nguyen Dinh Ha Anh – The rest of all
  • Nguyen Dinh Ha Phuong – Doll’s story
  • Rachel Xu – You are free
  • Ihtiram Ullah – Hard Times
  • Mehjabeen Haque Biva – A fantastic forest

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