Orr, Bradley among recipients of Copyright Agency fellowships worth $240k
The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund has awarded a total of $240,000 for three fellowships.
Adelaide writer Stephen Orr was awarded the $80,000 author fellowship for his project ‘The Journey’, a reimagining of pastor Carl Strehlow and his 14-year-old son, Theodor, as they travel through the South Australian desert.
The $80,000 fellowship for nonfiction writing was awarded to author and critic James Bradley for his project ‘Deep Water’, a series of interconnected essays on the catastrophe taking place in the oceans, from plastic pollution to warming waters.
Danielle Freakley was awarded the $80,000 fellowship for a visual artist.
As previously reported by Books+Publishing, last year Jeff Sparrow and Bernadette Brennan were awarded the author and nonfiction fellowships respectively, joining Kathryn Heyman, Melissa Lucashenko and Mark Henshaw as previous winners.
For more information on the recipients and their projects, see the Copyright Agency website.
(Pictured, L–R: Stephen Orr, James Bradley)
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