[My story tied for fifth place with Katherine Hall Page, which is really pretty great.]
My thanks to Barb Goffman for compiling the list.
FIrst Place: Barb Goffman for "Dear Emily Etiquette."
Second place: John M. Floyd for his story "Crow's Nest."
Third place: Gregory Fallis for "Terrible Ideas."
Fourth place: "Mary Poppins Didn't Have Tattoos" by Stacy Woodson.
Fifth place: A tie!: "A Murder at Morehouse Mews" by G.M. Malliet and "The End of the Line" by Katherine Hall Page.
Sixth place: "Killer Instinct" by Doug Allyn.
Seventh place: "The Wretched Strangers" by Matthew Wilson.
Eight place: "Crumble" by Christine Poulson.
Ninth place: A six-way tie!: "Shadow Lane" by David Dean; "A Voice in the Dark" by Maurissa Guibord; "The Death and Carnage Boy" by Steve Hockensmith; "The Man from Scotland Yard Dances Salsa" by John Lantigua; "Cardiff by the Sea" by Joyce Carol Oats; "The Other Imelda" by R.T. Raichev.
Tenth place: A five-way tie!: "Nantucket Undertow" by Shelly Dickson Carr; "Ghost Cat" by Hal Charles; "My People" by Liza Cody; "The Cards You're Dealt" by Michael Z. Lewin; "A Drive-by on Chalmers Road" by Mike McHone.
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