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|The Shoalhaven Arts Board,||Bundanon Trust|
|and the Fellowship of Australian Writers - Shoalhaven are pleased to announce:|
This year the award is for poetry and the judge is Sydney poet and teacher, Brook Emery. He has published four books of poetry, and dug my fingers in the sand (FIP 2000), which won the Judith Wright Calanthe Prize for poetry at the Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards, Misplaced Heart (FIP 2003) and Uncommon Light (FIP 2007). All three were short-listed for the Kenneth Slessor Prize at the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards. His most recent book, Collusion, was published in September 2012.
Individual poems have won the Newcastle Poetry Prize, the Bruce Dawe National Poetry Prize and the Max Harris Award among others. He has taught in schools, universities and the community and has had extensive experience as a mentor, workshop leader, lecturer and assessor at HSC, undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Examples of his poetry can be found at the international poetry website: www.poetryarchive.org and at the John Leonard Press website.
The prizes on offer are:
1st: $1000 together with a two-week artist
residency at Arthur Boyd’s Bundanon on the Shoalhaven River.
Plus $200 Geoff Bolton Award for an entry from a Shoalhaven resident.
Click here to download an
Click here to download an entry form.