Announcement: Angasamale Maliro's Quiet Revolutions has emerged as the Inaugural Pen Avenue Writing Competition winning story

Pen Avenue Malawi is pleased to announce that the short story, Quiet Revolutions, by Angasamale Maliro is the winning story for the Pen Avenue Short Story Writing Competition for University students.

The story emerged number one basing on a 70% contribution from the judges towards the final score and a 30% contribution from the wider public.

Despite not winning the public opinion vote, Maliro's story emerged top followed by Kennedy Kaula's story, Mlela, and Tamanda Kanjaye's story, For someone I used to know. The other two stories are number 2 and 3 respectively on an aggregate of both popular vote and the judges' decision.

For winning the Competition, Maliro will claim the K100,000 cash prize from Pen Avenue. The three winners will also be a part of the Pen Avenue Writing Excursion to take place in Mid-April in Zomba. Details of the Excursion will be published later.

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