Scifi Contest Update

The winners have been decided. We have an exceptional story as a winner this year. Picking it as the winner was not hard.

I have been mulling over five stories for the past week - any of them could be chosen for the second prize. These stories are all excellent and I loathe to choose. In the end, I have decided on a story where the author has courageously pitted his head again a classic scifi theme. That said, we will publish all the good stories. Winners, authors of stories we will publish and all other participants can expect an email in the next few days with substantial feedback.

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Cant wait for the result?
hope you get it on or before 15th nov as said

Hey when can we read the winning story
today is 15 nov,
when will it be out on thescian.com