Story of the Year Award

KraxonLaunched in 2014, the Story of the Year award is a reader’s choice award from the general submissions published in Kraxon Magazine (those published on the first of each month).

Held in December, readers can cast up to three votes for their favourite stories out of the twelve eligible for the award for that year.

The winning author receives a cash prize of £100 GBP.

#KraxonStoryOfTheYear 2016 – Discussion Thread

Story of the Year rules

Winning Stories

2016Rosie Oliver for Cyber Control

2015Juliana S Mills for Ripped Away

2014Jo Zebedee for A Crime of Intelligence

 

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Cyber Control

* Winner of the 2016 Story of the Year Award * I am numb, paralysed from the neck down. Strangers over-ooze sympathy when they hear the word: quadriplegic. Family and friends avoid me, too embarrassed that they can stand on their own two feet. I hate this prison of false … Continue reading


Ripped Away

* Winner of the 2015 Story of the Year Award * George found the rip in the fabric of space on a Thursday morning, some time after elevenses. He leant over to throw away his empty packet of rich tea biscuits and there it was, a tiny hole hanging in … Continue reading


A Crime of Intelligence

* Winner of the 2014 Story of the Year Award * Prosecutor General Eve Marshall – the meanest cross-examiner in the courts of New Scotland. Eyes that glint when she goes for the kill, a mouth that tightens at every lie, a manner that pulls jurors in and makes them … Continue reading