Mechanical Peach


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The Mechanical Peach Short Story Contest was an international competition open to works of no more than 35 double-spaced typed pages, of science fiction, fantasy, or horror. Stories are judged blindly, identified only by pseudonyms. Each year the winner, finalists, and selected special mentions are published in an anthology called "The Mechanical Peach". There do not seem to be any results past 2007.
— Winners by Year —
— 2007 — “Family Affairs”, Carlos Martínez Córdoba
— 2006 — “Sixty-Five Seconds”, Rafael Torres Avendaño
— 2005 — “Conditional Freedom”, Gordon Francisco Luna
— 2004 — “Postcards from Havana, 1962”, Fences Ignacio Sanz
— 2003 — “Old MacDonald Had a Farm”, Mike Resnick
— 2002 — “Rabbits of War”, José Antonio Cotroneo
— 2001 — “Hunting”, Manuel Jesús Garrido


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