Contenders vie for Australia's most prestigious ceramic award and nation's most recognised literary award, the Miles Franklin.
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Penny Bryne’s edgy figurines make the list this year.
Kibble Literary Awards honour Australian female authors
The longlists for the 2015 Kibble and Dobbie Awards has been announced. First awarded over 20 years ago, the Kibble Awards are open to Australian female writers who have published a book of fiction or non-fiction classifiable as ‘life writing’. This includes novels, autobiographies, biographies, literature and any writing with a strong personal element.