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2019 Prize Winner - Elisabeth Ingram Wallace

READ ‘Corvidae’ online or LISTEN to it in audio format (produced by The Story Player, read by voice-over artist, Sara Wilson-Soppitt)

Elisabeth Ingram Wallace, of Glasgow, was selected from 1,019 entries from writers all over the world as the winner of the Mogford Prize for Food & Drink Writing 2019.

Elisabeth’s 2,500 word story, ‘Corvidae’, was chosen by Prize founder Jeremy Mogford, and guest judges; Julian Barnes, English Author and Man Booker Prize winner, and Tim Hayward, FT contributing writer and winner of the Restaurant Writing Award at the Guild of Food Writers Awards 2018.

The very worthy runners-up to this year’s prize were; April Pierce with ‘The Afterparty‘, John Simpson with ‘The Last Night at the Palazzo‘, and Tahira Yaqoob with ‘Café Beirut‘.

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Background...

Elisabeth Ingram Wallace lives in Glasgow and writes flash fiction and short stories for which she has won many awards.

She is a senior editor for Flash Fiction at TSS Publishing and for Best British and Irish Flash Fiction 2018-2019.

She studied at Oxford University and has an M.Litt. from the University of Glasgow.

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