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Inky Awards 2019 shortlists announced

19 July 2019

The shortlists for the 2019 Inky Awards have been announced. The awards are presented by State Library Victoria (SLV) for local and international fiction, poetry, anthologies and graphic novels written...

Vu, Thomas win 2018 Inky Awards

2 October 2018

Peter Vu and Angie Thomas have won the 2018 Inky Awards, presented by the Centre for Youth Literature at the State Library of Victoria. Peter Vu’s Paper Cranes Don’t Fly...

Teen talk: Meet the 2015 Inky Awards judges

14 October 2015

Each year, the longlist and shortlist for the Inky Awards for youth literature are selected by a panel of teen judges, with the winners determined via an online vote. Following...

Tozer, Rowell win 2015 Inky Awards

14 October 2015

The winners of the 2015 Inky Awards, presented by the Centre for Youth Literature, were announced at the State Library of Victoria on 13 October. Gabrielle Tozer won the Gold...

2012 Inky Awards: winners announced

24 October 2012

The State Library of Victoria’s Centre for Youth Literature has announced the winners of the 2012 Gold and Silver Inky Awards.  The Gold Inky winner (for an Australian book) is...

What teenagers want 

12 October 2012

Jordi Kerr takes us behind the scenes during this year’s Inky shortlisting process. I am not a teenager. No matter how many books I read or teenagers I talk to,...

2012 Inky shortlist announced

27 August 2012

The shortlist for this year’s Inky Awards for young adult literature, presented by the Centre for Youth Literature at the State Library of Victoria, has been announced. The shortlisted Australian...

2012 Inky Awards longlists announced

12 June 2012

The longlists for the 2012 Inky Awards for young adult literature, run by the Centre for Youth Literature at the State Library of Victoria, have been announced.  The Gold Inky...

2011 Inky Awards winners announced 

25 October 2011

The winners of the 2011 Inky Awards were announced on Tuesday 25 October. The Gold Inky (Australian books) was awarded to James Moloney for Silvermay (HarperVoyager). The Silver Inky (international...

2011 Inky Awards winners announced 

25 October 2011

The winners of the 2011 Inky Awards were announced on Tuesday 25 October. The Gold Inky (Australian books) was awarded to James Moloney for Silvermay (HarperVoyager). The Silver Inky (international...

2011 Inky shortlist announced 

1 September 2011

The shortlist for this year's Inky Awards for teenage literature has been announced. The shortlisted Australian titles for the Gold Inky are:Graffiti Moon (Cath Crowley, Pan Macmillan)This is Shyness (Leanne...

2011 Inky shortlist announced 

1 September 2011

The shortlist for this year's Inky Awards for teenage literature has been announced. The shortlisted Australian titles for the Gold Inky are:Graffiti Moon (Cath Crowley, Pan Macmillan)This is Shyness (Leanne...

2011 Inky longlist announced 

4 July 2011

The longlist for this year's Inky Awards for teenage literature has been announced. Longlisted Australian titles for the Gold Inky include:Pig Boy (J C Burke, Woolshed Press)Good Oil (Laura Buzo,...

2010 Inky Awards winners announced 

24 November 2010

The winners of the 2010 Inky Awards have been announced. The Gold Inky (Australian books) was awarded to Lucy Christopher for Stolen (Chicken House). Maggie Stiefvater is the recipient of...

2010 Inky Awards winners announced 

24 November 2010

The winners of the 2010 Inky Awards have been announced. The Gold Inky (Australian books) was awarded to Lucy Christopher for Stolen (Chicken House). Maggie Stiefvater is the recipient of...

2010 Inky Awards shortlist announced 

18 October 2010

The shortlist for the 2010 Inky Awards was announced Tuesday 12 October. The shortlisted titles are:The Gold Inky (Australian books):Liar (Justine Larbalestier, A&U)Guardian of the Dead (Karen Healey, Little, Brown)Raw...

2009 Inky winners announced 

26 November 2009

Where the Streets Had A Name by Randa Abdel-Fattah (Pan Macmillan) is the winner of the $2000 2009 Golden Inky award, voted on by readers of the State Library of Victoria's...

Inky Awards–longlist announced 

25 August 2009

The longlist for the third annual Inky Awards has been announced by the State Library of Victoria's Centre for Youth Literature, via its youth reading website insideadog.com.au. The Inkys are Australia's...

Inky Awards shortlist announced 

16 September 2008

The titles shortlisted for this year's teen book choice Inky Awards have been announced. Voting has opened to determine the winner in an Australian category (the Golden Inky) and international...

Inkys longlist announced 

5 August 2008

The longlist for second annual Inkys--Teen Choice Book Awards, was announced on 1 August at the State Library of Victoria. Created by the State Library of Victoria's Centre for Youth...