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No Vogel to be awarded this year

14 May 2019

The judges for this year’s Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award have announced they will not award the prize this year, reports the Sydney Morning Herald. For the third time in the award’s...

Brabon wins 2016 Vogel Award

27 April 2016

Katherine Brabon has won this year’s Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award for her novel The Memory Artist. The winner was chosen by Australian literary editor Stephen Romei, author Rohan Wilson and BooksPlus...

Vogel 2016 shortlist announced

26 April 2016

The shortlisted titles for the 2016 Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award have been announced. The four titles on this year’s shortlist are: The Memory Artist by Katherine Brabon, an ‘intelligent, moving, Russia-themed...

Vogel 2015 shortlist announced

20 April 2015

The titles shortlisted for this year’s Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award have been announced.The four shortlisted titles are: Animal Etiquette (Stephanie Barham), ‘a punk version of Brideshead Revisited set in 1930s Britain’;...

Piper wins Vogel for ‘After Darkness’ 

23 April 2014

After Darkness by Christine Piper is the winner of this year’s Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award.Piper’s novel was chosen by Vogel winner Danielle Wood, bookseller Fiona Stager and Australian literary editor Stephen...

Vogel shortlist announced

14 April 2014

The titles shortlisted for this year’s Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award have been announced.The shortlisted titles, chosen from 100 entries, are: The Collapse (Aidan Anderson) Dream England (Stephanie Bishop) The Windy Season...

No Vogel Award to be presented in 2013

30 April 2013

Allen & Unwin has announced that the judges of the Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award have decided not to present the award this year. This is the second time in the award’s...

‘The Roving Party’ wins 2011 Vogel Award 

27 April 2011

The 2011 winner of The Australian/Vogel Literary Award for an unpublished manuscript by a writer under the age of 35 is The Roving Party by Rohan Wilson. Wilson was announced...

‘The Roving Party’ wins 2011 Vogel award 

27 April 2011

The 2011 winner of The Australian/Vogel's Literary Award for an unpublished manuscript by a writer under the age of 35 is The Roving Party by Rohan Wilson. Wilson was announced...

A&U: Changes to the Vogel award 

8 June 2010

Allen & Unwin has announced changes to the Australian/Vogel Literary Award.The winner of the award, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, will not be announced until the book is...

Lang, Thornell, joint 2009 Vogel winners 

17 September 2009

Utopian Man by Lisa Lang and Night Street by Kristel Thornell have been jointly named the winning manuscripts in the 2009 Australian/Vogel award. Judges Cate Kennedy, Matt Rubinstein, Margo Lanagan...

2009 Vogel shortlist announced 

15 September 2009

As announced in the Australian on Saturday 12 September, the shortlist for the 2009 The Australian/Vogel Literary Award has been chosen. The manuscripts shortlisted for this year's Award--which includes publication...

Vogel winner announced 

23 September 2008

A novel set in the Cold War era in Australia is this year's Australian/Vogel Literary Award winner. Andrew Croome receives $50,000 as prize and advance for his winning manuscript Document...

Vogel shortlist announced 

16 September 2008

The shortlist for this year's Australian/Vogel Award has been announced. Author Matt Rubinstein, one of the judges of the $50,000 prize for an unpublished manuscript by a writer under 35,...

Vogel winner dreams of Magda 

13 September 2007

This year's Vogel/Australian Literary Award has been presented to 34-year-old Melbourne-based writer Stefan Laszczuk for his second novel I Dream of Magda, which is inspired by the characters portrayed by actress Magda Szubanski.The...

Vogel award to Castles 

19 September 2006

Belinda Castles has been announced as the winner of this year's Australian/Vogel Literary Award.Castles won the award--for an unpublished manuscript by a writer under 35--for her second novel The River...