The winner of the Toulmin Prize 2015 is Aemilia Balkham Ross from Inverness, with her story, titled Siren City. Aemilia received her award at the May Festival, at a special event on Sunday 31 May, where her entry was read aloud to the assembled audience by writer and story-teller Sheena Blackhall. Aemilia, 19, is studying for a joint Honours degree in Politics and English Literature at the University of Aberdeen. The Toulmin Prize is her first win in a major writing competition and marks another step towards her ambition to become a published author. Her winning entry will be printed in the July-August Leopard magazine.
Toulmin Prize - 2015 Winner Announced