2016 Trudy Graham/Julie Lewis Literary Award for Prose

TGJL2016The results for the 2016 Trudy Graham/Julie Lewis Award for Prose are now available. At the Awards Celebration on 10 September 2016 the judge, Shane McCauley, gave out some valuable feedback and we had the opportunity to hear the finalists’ work. Thank you to all who entered their prose and keep writing.

 
 
(From Left to Right: Nicolette van Shie De Roos), Glen Phillips and Rita Tognini

Youth
The Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth went to:
Adam Lamb for ‘A Mind in Motion’

Four Commended Certificates went to:
Linda Carter for ‘A Silken Trail’
Rob Walker for ‘The Question’
Jennifer Bryant for ‘Plastic Bags: An Environmental Scapegoat?’
Karen Lethlean for ‘Do It or Surf It’

Four Highly Commended Certificates went to:
Helen Dewar for “Cleaning Silver’
Margot Ogilvie for ‘Sharing a Sunrise’
Garry Hurle for ‘Unmasking Old Father Time’
Nicolette van Schie-de Roos for ‘Notes from the Staffroom’

Third Place was awarded to Christine Johnson for ‘Listen. Remember.’
Second Place was awarded to Michael Woodhouse for ‘A Life of Music’
First Place was awarded to Rita Tognini for ‘A Good Foundation’

Click here for the Judges Report

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