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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Why the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards Need an Urgent Overhaul
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'Odd rules can help shape a writing prize’s long-term character in wonderful ways. But that’s not the case with the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards, set up by the Rudd government and first awarded in 2008. (In 2012, they also took in the PM’s Prize for Australian History, which John Howard had begun.) ...'

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