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2016 Newcastle Short Story Award
Featuring the top 32 works selected by the judges, Dr Michael Sala and Glenys Osborne, this anthology is the result of the national competition awarding over $5000 in prizes. $20. (For international postage costs email firstname.lastname@example.org)
2016 winner: Lynne Cook "Not Inside the Fish"
2nd: Rafael SW "Wrench"
Highly commended: 'Absolution' by Melanie Zolenas-Kennedy; 'Seabird' by Llewellyn Brown
Commended: 'The Ducks' by Craig Billingham; 'Number Eight' by Ewa Ramsey; Nineteen by Dominic Carew
Local Awards: 'The Butter Knife' by Jazzua Andrews; 'Two Sundays in October' by Shaynah Andrews
$20 + postage within Aust
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Connective Tissue - 2015 Newcastle Poetry Prize anthology.
The top 30 poems selected from among entries by Australian poets.
2015 Winner: Anthony Lawrence; 2nd Place: Jokob Ziguras; 3rd place: Shari Kocher and many more prizewinners' poems included in this annual anthology.
John Jenkins: "Influential, as well as instructive, the NPP has helped to lift standards across the entire literary spectrum, and generally raise awareness of creative excellence in this country. The NPP emphasises the importance of locally based arts, too. As well as having a national reach, while generating work of international standard; its firmly places Newcastle as a hub of excellence. Thus, and very adroitly, the NPP helps decentralize the arts, at the same time as it fosters and re-distributes very fine work across the writing landscape."
Rod Usher: "Significant prizes such as the NPP, with its long history, are of critical value, less for the money they offer than for the way they bring poetry to public attention, and as a filter of quality. The fact that this competition can attract judges of the stature of those for this year´s prize indicates that the Newcastle is one of the nation´s most important, and that the University of Newcastle is a leader in maintaining its support for it."
Brook Emery, winner, 1999: "It is my impression that the Newcastle Poetry Prize is still widely regarded as the most important poetry prize in Australia. I certainly think of it in this way."
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2014 Newcastle Poetry Prize Anthology
The top 30 poems selected by the 2014 judges Mark Tredinnick and Ann Kerdijk-Nicholson
First prize: $12 000
Second prize: $5 000
Third prize: $1 000
for more about the prize and competition click here
Shifting - 2014 Travel Writng Anthology
You can obtain the book through Kindle for 99c: Kindle users click here
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|Shifting - 2014 Travel Writing Anthology. Click here to download a .pdf of the anthology|
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Now You Shall Know
The Wombat Vedas
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