Applications close 15 June LitLink Fellowships offers writers working in all creative forms, including fiction, drama, poetry and narrative non-fiction, a two-week residency at Varuna in the Blue Mountains, NSW. Applications close 30 April For full details and to apply visit: In making their selection for the shortlist the Consultants continued to look for fresh voices, strong ideas, good writing, a clear sense of who the reader for the work was and an original approach to what might be familiar material.
Inthe two shortlisted runners up will receive a Writers Victoria membership and a place on a course of their choice from the Writers Victoria programme.
These winners of these categories were announced on 28 January It weaves together themes about belonging, loyalty and forgiveness in an exploration of the best and worst of rural Australia. Harper has delivered an accomplished piece of crime writing; one destined to find a wide audience. Shortlisted Manuscripts Nikolai the Perfect by Jim McIntyre Nikolai the Perfect follows Vasilli from the cold Moscow winter to a teaching job in Melbourne and the unearthing of a long-hidden family secret.
In this skilfully constructed narrative exploring the landscape of both foreign and familiar cities with beautifully dense and descriptive prose, the author delivers a richly layered novel about loss, discovery, family and moving forward.
Michelle Wright is an assured and compelling storyteller; her ability to present a moment in time as a narrative complete in itself, has resulted in a strong collection of short stories set across Australia and Sri Lanka.
Many of the stories explore the seismic shifts that can occur when something unexpected happens and the collection reveals the universal yet intensely personal nature of human experience.
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Writing Australia Unpublished Manuscript Award: Established in Award to adult fiction, and is not limited by genre, geographic location or age of author.
Award to adult fiction, and is not limited by genre, geographic location or age of author. The Ashton Wylie Charitable Trust was established following the death of Ashton Wylie in Ashton, an Auckland businessman, was a philanthropist with a wide range of interests particularly in the area of spirituality, personal development and positive relationships.
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The Premier’s Award in various states: Unfortunately the NSW Premier’s Award seems to only accept published manuscripts but Victoria, Queensland, and South Australia host similar awards and some of these awards are open to unpublished manuscripts.
The Award for an Unpublished Manuscript is part of the annual Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, administered by the Wheeler Centre on behalf of the Victorian Government. The final category for Awards program, the biennial Award for Indigenous Writing, will open for entries on 24 June