Feb. 23, 2010
The Saturday Evening Post recently announced its exclusive partnership with the internationally respected Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition, publishing an expanded version of 2009’s winning story, “Lazarus,” by Gregory Loselle, in our January/February 2010 printed issues.
It came to the attention of our staff today that, unfortunately, through a technical error, an unedited, incorrect, expanded version of “Lazarus” had been posted on our Web site. That version of the winning story has been removed from our site, and we encourage our readers to enjoy Mr. Loselle’s final, expanded version of “Lazarus” in its full glory here.
The Saturday Evening Post offers its sincerest apologies to Lorian Hemingway, Gregory Loselle, and you, our readers, for this regrettable mistake. The Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition (www.shortstorycompetition.com), in its 30th year, supports and encourages the efforts of emerging writers of short fiction, some of whom have gone on to win extremely notable awards. The Saturday Evening Post is privileged to be in partnership with the competition and looks forward to continuing to serve as the exclusive magazine publisher of the competition’s winning story each year—just one of the ways the Post will maintain its role as the leader in finding the next great American fiction writers.
The Saturday Evening Post Staff
For more information on The Lorian Hemingway Competition go to www.shortstorycompetition.com.