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2011 Winner

 
YEAR
  WINNER   SHORTLIST
       
2011
  There’s Something I Have to Tell You
Madhubhashini Disanayaka-Ratnayake
 

Autumn Leaves
by Charulatha Abeysekara Thewarathanthri

Sarasu…Amidst Slums of Terror
By Lucky de Chickera

Cry for me a Little: Stories of the Souls
By Mariam Riza

Some Texts are Made of Leaves
By Malinda Seneviratne

           
 

Bio data of Author

 
    There’s Something I Have to Tell You
Madhubhashini Disanayaka-Ratnayake
 

Madhubhashini Disanayaka-Ratnayake currently
works as the Head of the English Language Teaching Unit at the University of Sri Jayewardenepura. She has a Masters Degree in Creative Writing from New York University which she attended on a Fulbright Scholarship. She was awarded the State Literary Award for the Best Collection of Short Stories in English in 1991 and has previously been shortlisted twice for the Gratiaen Award. She currently edits the 100 Word creative writing page which she started in 1997 in The Sunday Times newspaper. She is a violinist and a sitarist who has left both instruments aside since marrying a musician.

           

 

 
   
   
   
   
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