Award Eligible Work 2015

It’s been… a year. Since its inception, Unlikely Story has undergone several changes, and 2015 was another metamorphosis year for us. We launched our first Kickstarter campaign, and had the best intentions of publishing our first print anthology within this year. Alas, the clowns took longer to get ready than we anticipated, so Clowns: The Unlikely Coulrophobia Remix will be published in early 2016. That said, it’s been a hell of a year. This is what we’ve done (and what is award eligible, if you’re so inclined) and we are extremely proud of it…

Jump Cut by Lauren C. Teffeau

Dropped Stitches by Levi Sable

It’s Machine Code by Curtis C. Chen

Those Who Gave Their Island to Survive by Barry King

The Confession of Whistling Dixie by Fiona Moore

The Joy of Sects by Joseph Tomaras

Five Things Every Successful Clown Must Do by Derek Manuel

Perfect Mime by Sarah K. McNeilly

A Million Tiny Ropes by Virginia M. Mohlere

Everyone’s a Clown by Caroline M. Yoachim

Break the Face in the Jar by the Door by Carlie St. George

Follow Me Down by Nicolette Barischoff

Minotaur: An Analysis of the Species by Sean Robinson

The Librarian’s Dilemma by E. Saxey

The Dauphin’s Metaphysics by Eric Schwitzgebel

Soteriology and Stephen Greenwood by Julia August

And Other Definitions of Family by Abra Staffin-Wiebe

Candidate 45, Pensri Suesat by Pear Nuallak

The Shapes of Us, Translucent to Your Eye by Rose Lemberg

We’re thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with all these amazing authors over the course of the year. Hopefully you enjoyed reading their stories as much as we enjoyed publishing them. See you in 2016!


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