Winners for Medieval Writing Challenge!
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Medieval Writing Challenge. All of the submissions we received are top-notch articles that exceeded our expectations. We appreciated the passion that was displayed in each story, and also the well-researched topics that were brought to life with every writer’s unique writing style and points. Furthermore, in our guidelines, we highlighted the need for articles to come to life through connections to current issues or a thorough analysis of a specific topic, and I am glad to say that every submission not only followed this suggestion but managed to bring many unique ideas and aspects to the table. From the bottom of my heart, the submissions that we received were truly inspiring and gives me hope for the future of our publication.
Now without further do, let’s unveil the winner of the Medieval Writing Challenge.
Past and Precedence: Abortion Law in the Middle Ages and Its Use to Overturn Roe v. Wade
The complicated history of abortion laws in medieval England is no laughing matter.
Fantastic work Jennifer! Your article managed to be a well-researched and informative piece about the Middle Ages while keeping one foot in the modern world. As a relevant article to our modern times, your work is a foremost example of how to use knowledge of history and connect it with ourselves.
Once again, thanks for everyone’s support! This challenge was extremely exciting for us, and if you would like to participate in another writing event with paid commissions, find out more here!