‘The Lifted Brow’ & RMIT non/fictionLab Prize for Experimental Nonfiction longlist announced
Melbourne-based publisher and literary magazine the Lifted Brow has announced the longlist for its Prize for Experimental Nonfiction.
The longlisted works are:
- ‘When Flakes of Ash Fall and Melt into Water’ by Clare Archibald
- ‘Spain’ by Caren Beilin
- ‘The Children’s Book: An essay’ by M K Brake
- ‘Snow Warnings: A primer for your family’ by Christy Call and Ryan Call
- ‘On Lists’ by Vivienne Cutbush
- ‘Trouble with Pork Chops’ by Phillip Davidson
- ‘Militant Spring’ by Elena Gomez
- ‘A Blowjob for Cocaine in the Back of a Lamborghini’ by Mish Grigor
- ‘Drowning’ by Agri Ismaïl
- ‘Something to be Tiptoed Around Until it Goes Away’ by Emma Marie Jones
- ‘Press Release for Inside Her’ by Calum Lockey
- ‘Trashman Loves Maree’ by W J P Newnham
- ‘Southern Taxonomies: A consideration of seven plant species from Terra Australis’ by Aden Rolfe
- ‘Ghost Notes’ by Joe Sacksteder
- ‘But Still…’ by Sam van Zweden
The Experimental Nonfiction Prize seeks to ‘unearth new, audacious, authentic and/or inauthentic voices’ from Australia and around the world. More than 370 entries were received for the award. With support from the Copyright Agency and the RMIT non/fictionLab, first prize this year is worth $5000, up from $1000 last year.
For more information about the award, click here.
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