Molly Taylor is the 2019 winner of the Dan Hemingway Creativity Prize, awarded for her creative potential in producing zines that make great use of both her drawing and writing skills, which she distributes at live performances of her own music.

Her winning submission was a highly unique black and white zine containing raw and personal lyrical writing inspired by her musical talent, filled with graphic illustrations. It was thought provoking and the unanimous winner.

Molly is currently studying A Levels in Art, Psychology and English and is considering studying an Art Foundation course or English Literature at university. 

The 2019 judges were Miles Waters, Will Wiles and Sue Hemingway.

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