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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Copyright Agency Doubles Its Money for Author Fellowship to Melissa Lucashenko
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'In a time of tightened funding for the arts, the Copyright Agency has doubled the value of its Author Fellowship for a mid-to-late-career writer to $80,000. The "gobsmacked" recipient is Melissa Lucashenko, who will use the money to finish a contemporary novel about "outlaws and Aboriginal hillbillies", set in a poor NSW country town called Durrongo. ...'

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  • Includes portrait of author Melissa Lucashenko

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    y separately published work icon Brisbane Times 23 November 2016 10456604 2016 newspaper issue 2016
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