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2nd Quarter Entry Still Alive June 19, 2011

Posted by Tom Wells in Submissions.
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**Update – #3**

This story has been recognized as a Silver Honorable Mention! One step up from my previous entry.

**Update – #2**

As of the first of July, my story is still in contention for the 2nd Quarter! I have confirmation that my story is still in consideration and that it has not been rejected. The Honorable Mention notice reports from the contest have apparently been sent. It is possible that my story has made it to a higher level than my last entry. I can only wait and hope as we go into a long holiday weekend that next week will bring big news.

Original Post

My entry into the second quarter of the Writers of the Future ongoing contest has survived the first round of rejections.  It remains to be seen if the story, Mother, set in the not so far future where a NASA space probe gains artificial intelligence, can hold on to reach the Honorable Mention round and beyond.  With over 1,000 submissions per quarter, the competition is strong.

**Update**

As of 6-22-2011, more rejections are being reported.  I continue to have a dread/hopeful relationship with my e-mail in-box.  Hopefully reports will come soon that Honorable Mention notification e-mails have started going out (marking the end of the rejection phase).  Honorable Mention indicates that a story was of the top 10% of that quarter’s submissions.  My Fourth Quarter entry to this contest in 2010 achieved this recognition.   So the waiting continues,,,

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