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PM’s Literary Awards 2013 shortlists announced

17 June 2013

The shortlists for this year’s Prime Minister’s Literary Awards have been announced. The shortlisted titles in each of the categories are: Fiction Floundering (Romy Ash, Text) The Chemistry of Tears...

2012 PM’s Literary Awards winners announced

23 July 2012

The winners of this year’s Prime Minister’s Literary Awards were announced at a ceremony in Canberra this morning. The winning titles are: Fiction   Foal’s Bread (Gillian Mears, A&U)  ...

2012 PM’s Literary Awards winners announced 

23 July 2012

As reported in a Bookseller+Publisher special bulletin, the winners of this year’s Prime Minister’s Literary Awards were announced on 23 July.  The winning titles are: Fiction Foal’s Bread (Gillian Mears,...

PM’s Literary Awards to be announced 23 July 

19 June 2012

The winners of the 2012 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards will be announced by Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Arts Minister Simon Crean on Monday 23 July at a ceremony at...

Introducing the PM’s Literary Awards fiction shortlist 

28 May 2012

The Prime Minister’s Literary Awards shortlists have been announced, and in the fiction category Miles Franklin contenders All That I Am and Foal’s Bread are joined by Sarah Thornhill, Autumn Laing and Forecast:...

Changes to 2012 PM’s Literary Awards announced 

30 November 2011

The federal government has announced a number of changes to the Prime Minister's Literary Awards for 2012. In addition to existing awards for adult fiction, nonfiction, young adult fiction and...

Changes to 2012 PM’s Literary Awards announced 

30 November 2011

The federal government has announced a number of changes to the Prime Minister's Literary Awards for 2012. In addition to existing awards for adult fiction, nonfiction, young adult fiction and...

2011 PM’s Lit Awards winners announced 

12 July 2011

As reported in a Weekly Book Newsletter special bulletin, the winners of this year's Prime Minister's Literary Awards were announced at the National Library in Canberra on Friday 8 July. The fiction...

2011 PM’s Lit Awards winners announced 

7 July 2011

The winners of this year's Prime Minister's Literary Awards were announced in Canberra this morning. The fiction prize was awarded to Traitor by Stephen Daisley (Text). The Hard Light of...

2011 PM?s Lit Awards winners announced 

7 July 2011

The winners of this year's Prime Minister's Literary Awards were announced in Canberra this morning. The fiction prize was awarded to Traitor by Stephen Daisley (Text). The Hard Light of...

In Brief 

5 July 2011

PM's Lit Awards winners announced this weekThe winners of this year's Prime Minister's Literary Awards will be announced on Friday 8 July in Canberra. As previously reported by the Weekly...

2011 PM?s Literary Awards shortlists announced 

30 May 2011

As reported in a special bulletin of the Weekly Book Newsletter, the shortlisted titles for this year's Prime Minister's Literary Awards were announced on 26 May. The shortlisted titles are:Nonfiction:Sydney (Delia...

2011 PM’s Literary Awards shortlists announced 

26 May 2011

The shortlisted titles for this year's Prime Minister's Literary Awards have been announced. The shortlisted titles are:Nonfiction:Sydney (Delia Falconer, NewSouth Books)How To Make Gravy (Paul Kelly, Hamish Hamilton)The Party (Richard...

2011 PM’s Literary Awards shortlists announced 

26 May 2011

The shortlisted titles for this year's Prime Minister's Literary Awards have been announced. The shortlisted titles are:Nonfiction:Sydney (Delia Falconer, NewSouth Books)How To Make Gravy (Paul Kelly, Hamish Hamilton)The Party (Richard...

PM’s Literary Awards 2010 winners announced 

9 November 2010

The winners of the 2010 Prime Minister's Literary Awards were announced on Monday 8 November in Melbourne by the Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Minister for the Arts Simon Crean....

PM’s Literary Awards 2010 winners announced 

7 November 2010

The winners of the 2010 Prime Minister's Literary Awards were announced on Monday 8 November in Melbourne by the Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Minister for the Arts Simon Crean....

2010 PM’s Literary Awards shortlist announced 

14 July 2010

The shortlisted titles for the 2010 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards were announced by the Minister for Arts Peter Garrett at Readings Carlton today. The awards this year include categories for...