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Therese Edmonds Therese Edmonds i(24649630 works by)
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Therese’s diverse works include writing plays, short stories, short films, stand-up comedy, television interviews, comedy skits and a pantomime for sea lions. She has won and been included in multiple writing awards and festivals, including The Maj Monologues; her work has been shortlisted for ScreenWest’s new writer’s award, the Noosa Arts (now National) Theatre Playwriting Competition, and Short+Sweet Perth. She is also counted among Wendy Harmer’s Australia’s Funny Women. Her short stories and monologues have been published in Australia and online in the UK. Therese is also an experienced public speaker and performer who now works as a professional writer and editor in her freelance business, Rewrite Writing Services.

Most Referenced Works

Notes

  • In addition to awards individually indexed on the database, Therese Edmonds' work has been shortlisted or awarded for the following:

    • 2023 finalist Shore Lines Writing for Performance Festival for Sarah with an H
    • 2023 finalist Riverina Water Ten x 10 Play Festival for The Return of Sherlock Holmes
    • 2022 shortlisted Love to Read Local Flash Fiction for It is Finished
    • 2022 finalist Short+Sweet Perth for The Return of Sherlock Holmes
    • 2021 finalist Short+Sweet Perth for Playing with Shadows
    • 2020 finalist South-West Shorts for Playing with Shadows
    • 2018 winner Busselton Scriptwriters Award for Caught Inside
    • 2013 shortlisted Noosa One-Act Play Festival for Sleeping Dogs
    • 2010 winner Judge’s Prize at The Maj Monologues for Shelley Kelly’s Day O’ Destiny
    • 2010 winner People’s Choice Award at The Maj Monologues for Shelley Kelly’s Day O’ Destiny
    • 2009 accepted entrant Dugong film festival for Too Soon
    • 2008 winner Shore Lines Writing for Performance Festival for Valerie Gets Hitched
    • 2007 winner People’s Choice Award, The Maj Monologues for Gavin Regrets

Personal Awards

2024 shortlisted Love to Read Local Flash Fiction for 'Home'.
2022 shortlisted Love to Read Local Flash Fiction for It is Finished
2007 shortlisted Bill Warnock Award for 'Sleeping Dogs'.
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