The suspense has lasted long enough. The 2020 aufeminin literary prize, in partnership with Michel Lafon, was a great edition. Here is the long awaited verdict.
On November 20, 2020, we unveiled the new finalists for the aufeminin literary prize, in partnership with Michel Lafon editions. The jury, chaired by Marie Drucker, has finally deliberated. After a long, passionate exchange and after letting each member of the jury defend their favorite short stories, a verdict was reached. We tell you everything here!
First prize: "669 Peony street"
With 669 Poeny street, Mélanie offers us news as we like them, with an unexpected fall. Everything is imaged, we are immersed in the universe of this character described in the first person. Well done to the author and go to this link to (re) discover her story.
Second prize: "Cartography of the Mathilde Islands"
Mickaël offers a superb declaration of love with The mapping of the Mathilde Islands. We discover a body, a loved one, then we travel. That’s all we needed in these difficult times. The metaphor is very well written, because it is poetic and touching. Find her beautiful news The mapping of the Mathilde Islands " on this link.
Third prize: "Baie des Anges"
Angel's Bay did not leave the jury members indifferent. Its history, its tribute to an event that upset France, has moved a lot. Congratulations to Stéphanie who wins the third prize of this 2020 edition. You can find her poignant news via this link.
Internet users' favorite: "Somewhere, someone …"
It is unquestionably Somewhere, someone … who knew how to touch you. Hélène's short story wins the Internet user prize by collecting the most votes from the public. Congratulations to her for this lovely story! If you missed this news, you can find it here.