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Fiction

Read the stories that took top honors in Family Circle's annual Fiction Contest and find out how to enter this year's contest.

Read the winning stories and meet the authors who took top honors in FC's fiction contest.

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Read the winning stories and meet the authors who took top honors in FC's fiction contest.

Read the winning stories and meet the authors who took top honors in FC's fiction contest.

Read the winning stories and meet the authors who took top honors in FC's fiction contest.

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See the rules and entry information for the 2013 Family Circle Fiction Contest.

"The Last Battle," by Caroline Sposto, won third place in Family Circle's 2012 Fiction Contest.

"Pink Sneakers and Sycamores," by Sammie Callahan-Hutchens, won second place in Family Circle's 2012 Fiction Contest.

"The Lost Cabin," by Susan Ratkovic, won first place in Family Circle's 2012 Fiction Contest.

See the rules and entry information for the 2012 Family Circle Fiction Contest.

Read the winning stories and meet the authors who took top honors in this year's fiction contest.

"Red Raspberries," by Amy Cappelli, is the second place winner in the Family Circle Fiction Contest 2011.

"Ice Cream," by Kathy Paulsen, is the third place winner in the Family Circle Fiction Contest 2011.