Hear this, or alternatively read it. The much-awaited results of the Summer Short Story Competition 2006.
'The Better Craftsman' by Martin Tyrell.
'Crater Beelines' by Robert Ewing.
'The Space Between' by Jo Cannon.
'Viento' by Angela Dodson.
'Everything She Touches' by Chris Williams.
'The Gordon Highlanders' Farewell to Helpmakaar' by Steve Connolly.
'White and Red' by Graham Dickson.
'Ghost Fishing' by Simon Lake.
'Maiden Voyage' by Lynne Voyce.
'Jam' by Jo Cannon.
Congratulations to all who entered and most especially to the good people above. All of these names are quite new to us here at Leaf. And lots of them are men, we notice, which is faintly notable. Well done to them. All of the above stories will be published in a Short Story Anthology to be produced at the start of the new year: do keep checking for further announcements about that, because there will very much be some.
That aside, the next point of major interest should be the results of the Coffee and Chocolate competitions, to be announced jointly, hopefully some time in January. That's the plan. Hurrah.