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D. H. Crick D. H. Crick i(A1154 works by) (a.k.a. Donald Herbert Crick; Don Crick)
Also writes as: D. Crick
Born: Established: 16 Jul 1916 Sydney, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 26 Nov 2005 New South Wales,
Gender: Male
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'Donald Herbert Crick was born in Sydney in 1916. Crick worked as a writer, farm and factory worker, clerk and insurance representative. He was also a publisher and book reviewer for The Australian and the Sydney morning herald. As an author, Crick published five novels: Bikini girl (1963), Martin Place: a novel (1963), Period of adjustment: a novel (1966), winner of the Mary Gilmore Centenary Award in 1965, A different drummer (1972) and The moon to play with: a satirical comedy (1981), winner of the 1980 Rigby Anniversary Award. He was awarded Commonwealth Literary Fund grants in 1970 and 1973-1974. Crick died in 2005.' (Source: Trove)


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Awards for Works

y separately published work icon The Moon to Play With : A Satirical Comedy Adelaide : Rigby , 1981 Z82495 1981 single work novel
1980 winner Rigby Anniversary Award
y separately published work icon A Different Drummer Melbourne : Gold Star , 1972 Z806631 1972 single work novel
1985 winner AWGIE Awards Monte Miller Award
y separately published work icon Period of Adjustment : A Novel Sydney : Australasian Book Society , 1966 Z69772 1966 single work novel
winner Mary Gilmore Award Centenary Award
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