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AAWP SC CREATIVE NONFICTION PRIZE
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The AAWP / SC Prize is a publication pathway for emerging writers. The prize is open to creative nonfiction. The Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP) is delighted to partner with Slow Canoe Live Journal (SC) to provide this publication pathway for emerging writers. Heartfelt thanks to the judge for managing the judging process with such integrity—thank you for so generously donating your time in the interests of emerging writers.
2019 Winner: Anna Kate Blair for ‘Marguerite Duras at the Tepid Baths’
2019 Highly Commended: Helena Gjone for ‘The Price of Perfection’
AAWP X UWRF EMERGING WRITERS’ PRIZE
- 2019 – Annabel Stafford: ‘Acid’
- 2018 – Sophie Overett: ‘Sea Wife’
- 2017 – Andrew Drummond: ‘Song of Shadows’
- 2016 – Annabel Wilson: ‘Quire’
CHAPTER ONE PRIZE
AAWP/ASSF EMERGING WRITERS’ SHORT STORY PRIZE
AAWP POSTGRADUATE PRIZE— THEORETICAL STREAM
- 2017 – Ruth Armstrong (UTS, Sydney): ‘Paper Cranes’
- 2016 – Rachel Franks (University of Sydney): ‘Stealing stories: Punishment, profit and the Ordinary of Newgate’
- 2016 (Highly Commended) – Jason Nahrung’s (University of Queensland): ‘Stolen Futures: The Anthropocene in Australian science fiction mosaic novels’
- 2015 – Amelia Walker (University of South Australia): ‘Re-Collecting the Self as An o/Other: Creative writing research matters’
- 2015 (Highly Commended) – Caitlin Maling (Sydney University): ‘Collage and ecopoetry in Brian Teare’s Companion Grasses’
- 2014 – Lisa Smithies (Melbourne University): ‘Playing with Gaps: Cognitive Science and the Creative Writer’.
- 2014 (Highly Commended) – Shari Kocher (Melbourne University): ‘Flying into the eye of the volcano: Dickinson’s volcano imagery in Anne Carson’s Autobiography of Red’.
- 2016 – Rowena Lennox (University of Technology Sydney): ‘Coolooloi’
- 2016 (Highly Commended) – Caitlin Malling (University of Sydney): ‘Spending a Month with William Stafford in Oregon’
- 2015 – Amelia Walker (University of South Australia): ‘“I” has to give: Rethinking Bloom’s apophrades and/as ghostly Derridean gifts’