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Eloise Grills Eloise Grills i(13983118 works by)
Gender: Female
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Eloise Grills is a writer, editor, comics artist, zine maker, and poet.Her work has been published widely in Australian periodicals. She also edits memoir for Scum Magazine.

In 2018, she was based in Footscray, Victoria.  

Her piece 'Big Beautiful Female Theory' won the Lifted Brow's 2018 Prize for Experimental Non-Fiction.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2020 winner Queensland Poetry Festival XYZ Prize for Innovation in Spoken Word with Jaslyn Robertson, for 'Erotic Thriller'.
2020 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships Literature Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups     $29,917 
2020 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships Keesing Studio

International Development   $ 10,000

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Big Beautiful Female Theory Melbourne : Brow Books , 2020 18458046 2020 single work autobiography

'A glorious expansion of her winning piece from the 2018 Prize for Experimental Nonfiction, Big Beautiful Female Theory is an illustrated lyric essay that binds slogans, memoir, history, poetry, fiction, critical theory, pop culture, fat theory, art criticism, sex and a befuddling procession of acronyms to defy the ways in society polices, manages, and dehumanises bodies.'

Source: Publisher's catalogue.

2020 commended Australian Centre Literary Awards Peter Blazey Fellowship
y separately published work icon If You're Sexy and You Know It Slap Your Hams Sydney : Subbed In , 2019 16927729 2019 selected work poetry
2020 shortlisted ASAL Awards Mary Gilmore Award for a First Book of Poetry
2018 finalist Subbed In Chapbook Prize
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