Book AwardsVictorian Premier's Literary Award

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Works (63)

So Much to Tell You by John MarsdenAlan Marshall Award for Children's Literature, 1988
Diving for Pearls (Current Theatre) by Katherine ThomsonLouis Esson Prize for Drama 1991
The House Guest by Eleanor NilssonAlan Marshall Award for Children's Literature, 1992
Midnight In Sicily by Peter Robb1997
Legacy by Larissa BehrendtIndigenous Writing, 2010
An eye for eternity : the life of Manning Clark by Mark McKennaNon-Fiction, 2011
Into the Woods by Anna KrienPeople’s Choice, 2011
The taste of river water by Cate KennedyPoetry, 2011
That Deadman Dance by Kim ScottFiction, 2011
The Three Loves of Persimmon by Cassandra GoldsYoung Adults, 2011
Armour by John KinsellaPoetry, 2012
The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia by Bill GammageNon-Fiction, 2012
Foal's Bread by Gillian MearsFiction, 2012
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsionnot in English Common Knowledgeunpublished manuscript, 2012
The Shadow Girl by John LarkinYoung Adults, 2012
Burial Rites by Hannah KentPeople’s Choice, 2014
The Categorical Universe of Candice Phee by Barry JonsbergYoung Adults, 2014
Coal Creek by Alex MillerFiction , 2014
Forgotten War by Henry ReynoldsNon-Fiction , 2014
Liquid nitrogen by Jennifer MaidenPoetry, 2014
Mullumbimby by Melissa LucashenkoIndigenous Writing, 2014
The Beautiful Anxiety (Puncher & Wattmann Poetry) by Jill JonesPoetry, 2015
The Dry by Jane HarperUnpublished Manuscript, 2015
The Europeans in Australia: Volume 3: Nation by Alan AtkinsonNon-Fiction, 2015
The Protected by Claire ZornYoung Adults, 2015
To Name Those Lost by Rohan WilsonFiction, 2015
Where Song Began by Tim LowPeople’s Choice, 2015
Crankhandle (Notebooks) by Alan LoneyPoetry, 2016
Ghost River by Tony BirchIndigenous Writing, 2016
Something for the Pain: A Memoir of the Turf by Gerald MurnaneNon-Fiction, 2016
Welcome to Orphancorp by Marlee Jane WardYoung Adults, 2016
The World without Us by Mireille JuchauFiction, 2016
Between a Wolf and a Dog by Georgia BlainFiction, 2017
Carrying the world by Maxine Beneba ClarkePoetry, 2017
Offshore: Behind the Wire on Manus and Nauru by Madeline GleesonNon-Fiction, 2017
When Michael met Mina by Randa Abdel-FattahYoung Adults, 2017
Argosy by Bella LiPoetry, 2018
Australia Day by Melanie ChengFiction, 2018
Ida by Alison EvansPeople’s Choice, 2018
Living on Hope Street by Demet DivarorenYoung Adults, 2018
The Trauma Cleaner by Sarah KrasnosteinNon-Fiction, 2018
Catching Teller Crow by Ambelin KwaymullinaYoung Adults, 2019
Eggshell Skull by Bri LeePeople’s Choice, 2019
The Madonna of the Mountains: A Novel by Elise ValmorbidaFiction, 2019
No Friend But the Mountains: Writing from Manus Prison by Behrouz BoochaniNonfiction, 2019
Taboo by Kim ScottIndigenous Writing, 2019
Tilt by Kate LilleyPoetry, 2019
Damascus by Christos TsiolkasFiction, 2020
How It Feels to Float by Helena FoxYoung Adults, 2020
Nganajungu Yagu by Charmaine Papertalk GreenPoetry, 2020
Sea People: The Puzzle of Polynesia by Christina ThompsonNon-Fiction, 2020
The Animals in That Country by Laura Jean McKayFiction, 2021
Body Count by Paddy ManningNon-Fiction, 2021
Case Notes by David StavangerPoetry, 2021
Metal Fish, Falling Snow by Cath MooreYoung Adults, 2021
Tell Me Why: The Story of My Life and My Music by Archie RoachIndigenous Writing, 2021
Witness by Louise MilliganPeople’s Choice, 2021
Astronomy: Sky Country by Karlie NoonPeople's Choice, 2023
At the Altar of Touch by Gavin Yuan GaoPoetry, 2023
Cold Enough for Snow by Jessica AuVictorian Prize for Literature & Fiction, 2023
Root and Branch: Essays on Inheritance by Eda GunaydinNonfiction, 2023
The Upwelling by Lystra RoseIndigenous Writing, 2023
We Who Hunt the Hollow by Kate MurrayYoung Adult, 2023