Gorman wins 2017 Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing
Alice Gorman has won the 2017 Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing for her piece ‘Trace Fossils: The Silence of Ediacara, the Shadow of Uranium’, first published in the Griffith Review.
Gorman’s win comprises a $7000 cash prize and publication in the anthology The Best Australian Science Writing 2017 (ed by Michael Slezak, NewSouth), alongside the five other shortlisted pieces.
The Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing is presented by NewSouth Publishing for short nonfiction pieces of science writing that have been written for a general audience.
For more information about the prize, visit the NewSouth Publishing website here.
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