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A debuting contest for debuting talents

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With the slogan ‘Give your story a voice' Fedactio launched the first edition of the short story contest, this year. 350 voices wrote down a story on the theme of ‘cultural diversity'. Last Saturday, the laureates of the Fedactio Short Story Contest 2013 were officially disclosed at the literary closing event in Brussels.


The first laureate in the ‘Youth’ category is Best Durieux from West-Flanders with his work titled ‘Icy Hades’. The second and third prize respectively go to Kristien Spooren for her short story ‘Stain’ and Marjolein Schutz for her story ‘Children Stories’. The laureates in the ‘Adult’ category were announced by jury member Philip Hoorne. The first prize went to Cat Calcoen from Ghent for her story ‘Suzy’. The second spot is also for a talent from Ghent, namely Valérie Du Pré. She won an e-reader for her short story ‘Strange Company’. Finally, Heleen Van Grootvan from Mechelen came in third. In attendance of the president of the Flemish Fund for Literature, Jos Geysels, the debuting talents performed their work for the audience.

The finale of the French counterpart, on the other hand, was again out stunned with talent. The iPad was owned by Fideline Dujeu for her story titled ‘The Social Assistant’. Carine-Laure Desguin came in second with ‘Adrien, Naëlle and the others’. The final prize went to Jenny Frankignoul. Jury member Claire Ruwet addressed the audience in name of the whole jury and said Fedactio succeeded in something very special, namely bringing together Flemish and Walloon authors. After the prize ceremony, a reception took place as a closure.
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