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Magic Oxygen Literary Prize 2016: the judges

The MOLP 2016 judgesWe are absolutely delighted to reveal the judgemental line up for MOLP 2016!

If you were involved in the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize last year, you’ll probably recognise a few familiar faces but we have also been very fortunate to welcome a handful of new literary lovers to our esteemed team too.

The process for judging the entries this year was incredibly challenging for one of the hard-working MOLP founders, our resident super-geek, Simon West.

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The #MOLP Judgemental Gallery

Judges' GalleryWe are delighted to reveal a few behind the scenes images of some of our judges scoring the entries for the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize.

Please click here to view the gallery and have a gentle peruse!

More coming soon…

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Unveiling the Judges for the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize

Carl Honoré author & judge for the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize 2015
Carl Honoré author & judge for the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize 2015

We are beside ourselves with excitement and delighted to unveil the line up of judges for our literary prize.

We have a unique blend of internationally acclaimed authors, poets, editors, producers, performers, publishers, environmental campaigners, a forestry expert and more from the UK, America, Australia, New Zealand and India.

Please hop across to our dedicated page for the judges and wish them luck as they get their teeth into the entries this weekend!

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We're Firming Up the Judges

Lady JoggingWhich doesn’t mean we’re putting them through their paces in the gym!

We’re dotting i’s, crossing t’s and putting the schedule in place for the judging to commence on the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize.

I cannot describe the levels of elation that thumped through the office today. I spent most of it either speaking to, or emailing our fabulously diverse line up of judges and confess to being quite emotionally overwhelmed by all that transpired.

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