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Generus Living Short Story Competition

Seems there’s a lot of talented writers out there – 172 of you entered the Generus Living Short Story Competition run by the Retirement Villages Association, and the high quality of entries led the judge, Whitcoulls’ Joan McKenzie, to announce a ‘top 10’ of winners. There were three broad topics – “All’s Well That Ends Well”, “An Unexpected Turn” and “Trouble in the Village”. You can read the winning entries here.

About Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson
Mark Wilson is Content Creator and Publication Lead at Eldernet and Care Publications. Mark has been a senior journalist and editor for several publishers, notably The Press and its then parent company, Fairfax Media. He has a wide range of experience in newspapers, magazines and online publishing. When not at work, he enjoys walking Olive the dog along New Brighton beach and exploring Te Wai Pounamu/South Island with his partner, Lee, in their trusty 4WD.

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