Winners of the July Reader’s Choice Poll

The moment of truth is here, the moment wherein we reveal your dirty secret about that chincilla in your closet, and how you voted in the July Reader’s Choice Poll. Once again, we have a clear winner followed by two stories vying neck-and-neck for second place. Just like your high school prom.

The winner this month, with nearly half of the votes, is Controlled by Elisa Nuckle. We’re glad this story won because it was fun and exciting. Plus, dragons. Duh.

The runners-up were The Society of Righteous and Harmonious Fists, by Ahimsa Kerp, with 15 percent of the votes, and Ammyland, by Forrest Johnson, with 14 percent of the votes. We’ve already expressed our appreciation for these stories, so it’s great that you have, too.

That’s all for now, but pay attention to the great stories we have this month because we’ll let you have another knock-down, drag-out vote fight (electoral knuckles are legal) in a few weeks.

1 reply

Trackbacks & Pingbacks

  1. […] recently gained thirteen dollars. “Controlled” won first place in Fiction Vortex’s July Reader’s Choice Poll. It was the first anything I’ve ever won (aside from just getting accepted in a lit magazine) […]

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *