The writing contest by the Eurocon 2015 with the topic “Fantastic St. Petersburg”  has been decided ! Submissions were accepted in English and Russian language. The result will be a bilingual anthology with twenty Russian stories (and three of them also translated into English) and three English texts (that will also be translated into Russian).

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The English winners are:

Nick Adigu-Burke: City of Dreams (UK, Manchester)
Nina Horvath: Inside Saint Petersburg, Light Years Away (Austria, Linz)
Andrii Zakrevckyi: Catchers of Misfortune (Ukraine, Ternopil)

The Russian winners are:

Natalia Aniskova – Saigon

Dmitry Bogutskyi – Plot’ ot ploti

Vasilyeva – Sycheva

Yekaterina A.  – Petro et Petra

Anna Gorelysheva – Sredi zhivyh (Among the Living)

Ivan Zvyagin – Platforma Svjatopetrovskoe (Platform Svyatopetrovskoe)

Yuriy Kuznetsov – I u kamnya yest’ dusha (And the Stone has a Soul)

Timur Maksiutov  –Veter s zaliva (Wind from the Gulf )

Arkadiy Margulis

Vitaliy Kaplan – Martirolog “Sploshnoj fasady” (Martyrology “Solid facades”)

Konstantin Pimeshkov – Chudovishhe kanala Griboedova ( The Beast from the Griboyedov Canal )

Aleksey Smirnov – Chizhik-Pyzhik

Svetlana Tulina – Nesmeyan

Sergey Udalin – Iskra nadezhdy (Spark of Hope)

Sergey Utkin – Prohodnye (Globe)

Aleksandr Shchegolev –  L’vy i grifony (Lions and Griffins )

Elena Shchetinina  – Gorod za stenoj (The City Behind the Wall)

Yulia Anya Eff – Gorod i tarakany (The City and the Cockroaches)

Marina Yasinskaya – Hudozhnik v dushe (Artist at Heart)

The jury will also decide for a first place out of these submissions. He or she will receive a reward of 5.000 rubles (72,14 euros/80,81 US dollars/52,52 british pound sterlings).

The 2015 EUROCON, April 23 to April 26, 2015 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

http://eurocon2015.org/en/