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David Thomas Henry Wright David Thomas Henry Wright i(8790442 works by) (a.k.a. David Wright)
Gender: Male
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David Thomas Henry Wright has a Masters from The University of Edinburgh and has lectured at China’s top University Tsinghua where he developed courses in Creative Writing and Australian Literature. His PhD was awarded by Murdoch University in 2018, with a dissertation entitled 'Prose Fiction in the Current Millennium: Reading and Writing Italo Calvino’s Six Memos'.

In 2015, his short story 'Khola’s Infinite Amount of Hope in the Universe' was placed second in the Tabor Adelaide Creative Writing Awards. In 2018, his Little Emperor Syndrome (with Chris Arnold) won for the Queensland Literary Award (Digital Literature Award).

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2021 winner The Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award for 'A Condensed History of Australian Camels'.
2018 winner Queensland Literary Awards QUT Digital Literature Award For Little Emperor Syndrome (with Chris Arnold)
2017 shortlisted Queensland Literary Awards QUT Digital Literature Award For 'Paige and Powe' (with Karen Lowry and Julia Lane).

Awards for Works

Unlabelled Bottles 2019 single work short story
— Appears in: Island , no. 156 2019; (p. 62)
2016 shortlisted The Overland Victoria University Short Story Prize for New and Emerging Writers
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