The Inklings Book Contest results are in! Winners will be mentored through the revision process and published in our 2019 Inklings Book. Finalists will receive an editorial letter from our team and will be given the opportunity to publish their work on our blog this summer.

We are honored you would share your stories and poems with us. Congrats, winners and finalists!

Esabella Uche, grade 3
Maryam Ali, grade 3
Liana Zhu, grade 4
Ching Yi Mak, grade 4
Kaia Lucas, grade 4
Austin Moon, grade 4
Caroline Strickland, grade 4
Simon Chien, grade 4
Caitlyn Zhu. grade 5
Vedant Balan, grade 5
Carolina Ruiz, grade 6
Chris Matthews, grade 6
Sanjay Ravishankar, grade 6
Maizie Ferguson, grade 7
Natalie Wong, grade 7
Julie Shi, grade 7
Melody Xu, grade 8
Claire Reiger, grade 8
Inés García, grade 9
Maia Goel, grade 9

Zar Rezwan Pavri
Ruby Chien
Victoria Cui
Theodore Xanthopoulos
Amogh Kashyap
Anna Linney
Shinjini Samanta
Risha Jadhav
Troy Koh
Faustin Harroch
Andrew Weygandt
Mohammad Ali Kazmi
Maggie Liu
Isabelle Ling
Lila Tierney
Gabbie Long
Alexander Lozano
Lily Moon
Asmitha Pallath
Helena Crawford
Rebecca Kunze
Lily Shi
Claire Belcourt
London Mathews
Audrey Shotland
Linda Chang
Annalee Anderson
Ksenia Baatz
Olga Sofia Dominguez
Kylie Chen
Vedika Patani
Lauren Lin
Natalie Sharp
Alyssa Wong
Claire Wong
Sterling Davies
Suchitha Reddy
Collin Goel
Keon Young
Grace Henson
Isobel Li
Calvin Ray
Anna Birman
Gabriella “Skye” Ransome
Anna Yang
Anika Knowles
Emma Smith
Jade Wang


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