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Book awards: David Unaipon Award

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Works (21)

Holocaust Island by Graeme Dixon1989
Caprice : a stockman's daughter by Doris Pilkington1990
Broken dreams by Bill Dodd1991
Sweet Water-Stolen Land (UQP Black Australian writers) by Philip McLaren1992
Bridge of Triangles (Uqp Black Australian Writers) by John Muk Muk Burke1993
The Sausage Tree (Uqp Black Australian Writers) by Rosalie Medcraft1994
Warrigal's way (Black Australian writers) by Warrigal Anderson1995
Is That You, Ruthie? by Ruth Hegarty1998
Of muse, meandering and midnight by Samuel Wagan Watson1999
Bitin' Back by Vivienne Cleveen2000
The mish by Robert Lowe2001
Home (Black Australian Writing) by Larissa Behrendt2002
Swallow the Air by Tara June Winch2004
Anonymous premonition by Yvette Holt2005
Me, Antman & Fleabag by Gayle Kennedy2006
Skin painting : winner of the David Unaipon Award by Elizabeth Hodgson2007
Every secret thing by Marie Munkara2008
The Boundary by Nicole Watson2009
Purple Threads by Jeanine Leane2010
Mazin Grace by Dylan Coleman2011
Heat and Light (David Unaipon Award Winners Series) by Ellen van Neerven2013

Award description

The David Unaipon Literary Award is a category of the Queensland Premier's Literary Awards and is an annual award presented for the best of writing of the year by unpublished Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander authors



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