Page Turner Awards is delighted to announce our 2023 Writing Mentorship Award Winners!
Please join us in congratulating these rising stars by leaving them a comment at the bottom of their submission. Click 'see more' to read their submission.
These writers have won a writing mentorship from these amazing writing mentors!
- Marie-Louise Holmberg and her submission, The Man Who Loved Too Much, won a writing mentorship with Lis McDermot.
- Hannah Croft and her submission, The Bobici House, won a writing mentorship with Nikki Vallance. See Hannah's win on YouTube.
- Ann Willow and her submission, Seeking New Identities, won a writing mentorship with Tracy Stewart. See Ann's win on YouTube.
- Gillian Kobiela Lyon and her submission, Monkford and the Humph, won a writing mentorship with Ann Brady.
- Nabila Tayub and her submission, and her submission, Without Noor won a writing mentorship with Rebecca Megson-Smith. See Nabila's win on YouTube.
Nabila Tayub for "Without Noor"
I am a 43 year old British Pakistani/ Kashmiri woman from a working class background. I have degrees from Oxford, Cambridge and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. I moved to Malawi in 2005 and back to the UK in 2021. I am married, have three daughters and currently live in Ascot and
Marie-louise Ek for "The Man Who Loved Too Much"
I'm a Swedish born writer living in Brighton.
Gillian Kobiela Lyon for "Monkford and the Humph"
Hello, I am excited to be entering the Page Turner Awards for the third year in a row. Originally from the West of Scotland, I am now settled in Edinburgh with my husband and two cats. As a self employed artist I work mainly from home. This gives me the opportunity to spend some time exploring the
Hannah Croft for "The Bobici House"
Hannah Croft is an English comedian and writer who recently moved to Turin with her Italian husband and two children.
Ann Willow for "Seeking New Identities"
I am an author, playwright, and freelance writer loving life in the American Southwest. Surviving and fleeing my upbringing in the Chicago area under the tutelage of white supremacist parents, I wandered until I found my true home here, inspired by the mystical landscapes, unique cultural history