2021 Writing Mentorship Award Winners

We're delighted to announce our Page Turner Award Mentorship Award winners!

  • Karen Williams Mentorship Winner: Helen Rowe for Eliminating British Poverty.
  • Marni Seneker Mentorship Winner: Zara Sekhavati for Another Iran
  • Ann Brady Mentorship Winner: Candace Cox for The Todd Family and Alex Johnson for Three Paths Home.

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Alex Johnson for "Three Paths Home"

Alex Johnson has enjoyed a passion for history, anthropology, and mythology from a young age. He believes that an ontological study of stories and mythology can help orient oneself as part of the universal history of humanity. Alex obtained a bachelor's degree in History from Cal Poly, San Luis

Candace Cox for "The Todd Family"

After graduating from Rutgers University with a degree in English I began my career as a writer in public relations and advertising. Several years later I decided to pursue a Master of Business Administration degree from New York University (in the top five in the US) and financed my education by

Helen Rowe for "Eliminating British Poverty"

Helen Rowe is an award-winning social researcher, an author and a campaigner. Her expertise in the social housing sector includes campaigns on adult literacy and digital inclusion. As co-founder of the Connected Housing Initiative, she fought to improve Internet access for vulnerable and low-income

Zara Sekhavati for "Another Iran"

Travel editor for APA Publications (Rough Guides, Insight Guides, Berlitz Guides). Published in National Geographic Traveller, Independent, Financial Times. Winner of the Telegraph's Just Back competition. Currently writing a travelogue about Iran.