Susan Laura Sullivan Susan Laura Sullivan i(A9674 works by)
Also writes as: Laura Sullivan
Gender: Female
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Susan Laura Sullivan is a writer from Western Australia.

In addition to published works, Sullivan has also read a number of her works at writers' festivals, including performances of spoken poetry combined with a band, and for radio, including the 1990 Triple J Word Up series.

In 1997, she was an emerging writer in residence at the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers Centre.

Her prose work 'The Spider Tree' was produced for and read on Radio National's Bush Telegraph in 2013: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/bushtelegraph/trees-ive-loved/5083354 (Sighted: 9/7/2015).

An interview with Susan Sullivan was published in the newsletter of The Font: A Literary Journal for Language Teachers in 2013: http://thefontjournal.com/an-interview-susan-laura-sullivan/ (Sighted: 31/01/2017).

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Personal Awards

2012 shortlisted T. A. G. Hungerford Award for 'Reasons for Song'.
2001 commended Katharine Susannah Prichard Short Fiction Award For 'Daniel'.
1999 Department of Culture and the Arts (Western Australia) Funding to complete the novel then called Five Reasons for Song.
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