Best of 2016 Winner (And how you can win in 2017)

Have you ordered our newest issue, Metamorphose V3? If not, you have no idea what you’re missing. V3 contains 14 new voices in science fiction and fantasy short stories… and 1 you probably already know.

It’s no big secret that we love to feature our authors and give them as much spotlight as our staff can shed. It’s also no secret that every year one of our stories from the previous year is selected to join the ranks of our contest winners in the print issue.

This year the winner of the Best of 2016 went to James Douglas Wallace. His short story, “The Architect’s Plan”, was a smash hit, raking up nearly a thousand views, likes, and shares. To anyone who read his story, it shouldn’t be much of a surprise. The way James brilliantly wove together strands of history with the concept of lost memories brought the story to a monumental head.

As winner, James’ story is featured in V3 and his name takes center stage on the cover, along with our contest winners and honorable mentions. It’s recognition well-deserved.

Congratulations to James! You’re on your way to becoming a Metamorphose Initiate!

The success doesn’t have to belong to just him though. There’s still time to get your story in the running as the best of 2017, if you submit by November 14. Have a great fantasy or science fiction story you want to submit? Don’t wait. Submit today!

Want your copy of Metamorphose V3? Order a print copy before November 7 and get 50% off cover price.

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Tammy Davies

Tammy is a fantasy addict with a passion for helping others. She holds a BA in Creative Writing and Publishing from the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. Her passion for the speculative genres inspired her to start Metamorphose to help new authors find a home. In addition to this, Tammy also works as an independent editor, specializing in speculative fiction and book design.

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