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Congratulations to Anjana Basu for having her story The Woman Who Vanished selected among the 2009 Million Writers Award Notable Stories of 2008.

Congratulations to Dilman Dila for having his short story Homecoming selected among the 2008 Million Writers Award Notable Stories of 2007.
Crispin Oduobuk's short story Maiduguri Road was selected among the 2007.

Million Writers Award Notable Stories of 2006.
Anjana Basu's The Black Tongue and Mita Ghose's Grey, White, Yellow were selected as Notable Stories of 2005 in the 2006 StorySouth Million Writers Award. Anjana Basu's story The Black Tongue placed third among the Top 10.
Mohammad Nasrullah Khan and Marlene Amero's story Donkey Man was selected among the Notable Online Short Stories of 2003 in the StorySouth Million Writers Award.

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