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In June 2014, we launched our Mini Monologues competition, where we invited schools and pupils across the UK to accept the challenge of writing a monologue from someone who inspires or intrigues them in only 100 words! We also ran the competition in November 2014.

Our Editorial team selected work for publication in regional anthologies and from published work they then chose their favourite Mini Monologue to feature on the front cover of each regional anthology.

Once the Mini Monologue series was published, one finalist was chosen to receive a Kindle Fire HD…

Congratulations to both Anisha Tagore and Louis Nguty, who are our Kindle Fire HD winners! We're also delighted to announce our school winners below…

Thank you to everyone who took part!


School Winners

1st Prize £1,000

Stockport Academy, Cheshire
Published in “Mini Monologues – Northern Words”

2nd Prize £500

Harris CE Academy, Warwickshire
Published in “Mini Monologues – Word Weavers”

3rd Prize £250

Blairgowie High School, Perthshire
Published in “Mini Monologues – The UK”


We're delighted to announce the pupil finalists below. Congratulations!


Summer Term 2014 Finalists

Anisha Tagore (12) from Lomond School, Argyll and Bute
Published in Mini Monologues - Across the UK
Read 'Night-Time'

Becky Brennan (13) from Sacred Heart RC School, North Yorkshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Mind Your Words
Read 'The Ink Warrior'

Emma Taylor (15) from Chenderit School, Oxfordshire
Published in Mini Monologues - The UK
Read 'Fallen, Feared, Forgotten'

Freya Noyce (17) from Rugby High School, Warwickshire
Published in Mini Monologues - England
Read 'A Long Dead Poet'

Grace Marshall (12), Cowbridge Comprehensive School, Vale of Glamorgan
Published in Mini Monologues - Inner Thoughts
Read 'World War II, My Account, Grace, 1940'

Joss Ahluwalia (15) from Bishop Wordworth's School, Wiltshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Inside The Mind
Read 'He'll Come Back'

Megan Smith (14) from The Burgate School & 6th Form Centre, Hampshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Across England
Read 'Loui Jover - Me & My Life'

Roberto Ngindu (15) from Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthews Academy, Staffordshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Western England & Wales
Read 'Hair-Bandoned'

Ruth Thornley (14) from Royton And Crompton School, Lancashire
Published in Mini Monologues - The North
Read 'Not Just Neville'

Eleanor Brayshaw from Hautlieu School, Jersey
Published in Mini Monologues - Around the UK
Read 'I Will Follow You My Brother'

Isobel Bremner Independent Entrant from North Yorkshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Northern Poets
Read 'Ginny: He's Not Gone'

Hollie Sherwood from South Wolverhampton & Bilston Academy, Wolverhampton
Published in Mini Monologues - The West Midlands
Read 'Lady Jane Grey'

Bilawal Raja Kings Heath Boys' Mathematics & Computing College, Birmingham
Published in Mini Monologues - Northern Poets
Read 'Illusionist'

Kian Bennett Carterton Community College, Oxfordshire
Published in Mini Monologues - The South West
Read 'Humpty's Monologue'

Jessica Stryczek from Shenley Brook End School, Milton Keynes
Published in Mini Monologues - Southern England
Read 'The Lady with the Lamp'

Jemma Mo from Wood Green School, Oxfordshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Southern Writers
Read 'Is There Anyone Looking Over You?'

Anand Chhatralia from Avanti House School, Middlesex
Published in Mini Monologues - London & Middlesex
Read 'Untitled'

Autumn Term 2014 Finalists

Megan Haxell from Robert Clack School
Published in Mini Monologues - UK Writers
Read 'Narcissistic Dreams, Where I Do Not Belong'

Evie Sutcliffe (13) from The Brooksbank School
Published in Mini Monologues - Mini Marvels
Read 'Penumbra'

Hannah Jolayemi from Normanhurst School
Published in Mini Monologues - UK Authors
Read 'Demons'

Shuayb Ahmed from Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School
Published in Mini Monologues - Mind Matters
Read 'If I Was A Tree'

Parth Gore from Langley Grammar School
Published in Mini Monologues - The Home Counties
Read 'The Grief On The Titanic'

Louis Nguty from St Cuthbert's Catholic High School
Published in Mini Monologues - Northern Words
Read 'Continuum Of Neglect'

Daisy Powers-Maguire from Honiton Community College
Published in Mini Monologues - Southern Authors
Read 'Mini Monologue'

Georgia Cope (13) from Bishop Hedley High School, Merthyr Tydfil
Published in Mini Monologues - Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales
Read 'A Natural Disaster'

Abigail Blondell (17) from St Philip Howard Catholic High School, Bognor Regis
Published in Mini Monologues - South East Words
Read 'Shakespeare's Nightmare'

Megan Nicol (17) from Loudoun Academy, Ayrshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Authors From Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales
Read 'The Sun And The Moon'

Helen Welch (16) from The Sixth Form College Solihull, West Midlands
Published in Mini Monologues - West Midlands Words
Read 'Do You See My Sorrow?'

Chloe Woolley (13) from Brinsworth Comprehensive School, South Yorkshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Yorkshire Words
Read 'Forest Fires'

Amy Noble (13) from Hawkley Hall High School, Lancashire
Published in Mini Monologues - Yorkshire Words
Read 'Last Moments In The Snow'

Mariatu Davies (14) from Bonus Pastor Catholic College, Kent
Published in Mini Monologues - South East England
Read 'JK Rowling'

Phoebe Tootill (17) from Richard Huish College, Somerset
Published in Mini Monologues - South West England
Read '55th Birthday Blues'

Minhaj Aabideen (14) from Hafs Academy, Warwickshire
Published in Mini Monologues - London & Middlesex Authors
Read 'Our Journey To Equality... (From The Eyes Of Nelson Mandela)'

Philip Hutchinson (16) from Landau Forte College, Derbyshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Around the World
Read 'A Catalyst Of Death'

Alexander Hegarty (11) from Sir John Lawes School, Hertfordshire
Published in Mini Monologues - Authors from the South
Read 'Wreath In Winter (About Solomon Wreath)'

Maisie Kendall (17) from Philips High School, Manchester
Published in Mini Monologues - Word Weavers
Read 'If Only It Was Green'


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