Announcing the winner of the Holy Sister Art Contest


A big thank you for all the amazing works we received for this contest. We felt that two of the entries were especially deserving of being awarded first place and winning the prize, but since we only had one book to give away, this presented some difficulties. Luckily, Mark’s US editor at ACE, Jessica Wade came to our rescue and sponsored us with two additional Advance Reading Copies of Holy Sister. Which now makes my job of announcing not just one, but three winners much easier.


Many congratulations to Reide Perigo for winning first place with his entry “Aslaug” (14 points)


to Francesca Resta for winning second place with her entry “Nona” (13 points)


and to Mayticks for winning third place with her entry “Nona and Ara” (8 points)



We’d also like to give a special mention to ten years old Stella and seven years old Irene, who did a wonderful job imagining characters from the somewhat edited version of The Book of the Ancestor their godmother (in their native language their Noná) relates to them.


Once again very many thanks to everyone who took the time to enter. Please find all entries one more time below:

1. Jorg by Kevin Jones (and daughter)


2. Nona meets Amondo by Mayticks


3. The Path by Steve Kimmins


4. The Moon by Francesca Tacchi


5. Sister Kettle and Apple by Emma Lim


6. Nona and Ara by Mayticks


7. “Sisters fight” by Aurélia Quéré


8. Blade Path Chamber by Beverly


9. Nona and the ship heart by Sarah White


10. Bound by Francesca Tacchi


11. Sister Cage by Aurel Gesztelyi


12. “Nona waits (for Raymel Tascis)” by Bea


13. “Dark Elegy” by William Hiles


14. The Sisters of Sweet Mercy by Stella and Irene



15. Aslaug by Reide Perigo


16. Diamond shitting goat by Vivianne Holmén


17. Nona by Francesca Resta


18. Below the Convent by Thomas Goldbach


19. Becoming holy by Jane Kelsey


20. Holothour by Mayticks


21. Arabella by Nuedama 


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