The voters have spoken, and Nana K. Adjei-Brenyah’s story “Cardigan Blues” has won the Broken Pencil Indie Writer’s Deathmatch this year.
Nana will receive a prize pack including a consulation with literary agent Sam Hiyate of the Rights Factory, a feedback session with novelist and Globe and Mail columnist Russell Smith and a feedback session with Coach House Books. All this plus publication in Broken Pencil and cash!
The top 3 runners-up – Jeanie Keogh, Brittany Smith and Terri Favro – get $100 and publication in Spring 2013 issue of Broken Pencil Magazine.
Congrats to Nana and the finalists, and all our competitors, who fought hard and strong to get their stories in shape for this edition of Deathmatch. Get caught up on all the craziness at our Deathmatch 2013 arena and keep an eye out for our Spring issue, which will feature the top four stories plus a round-up of the best and worst comments.