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John Pfitzner John Pfitzner i(A122382 works by)
Born: Established: 1942 Loxton, Loxton - Waikerie area, Riverlands, Murray - Mallee area, South Australia, ; Died: Ceased: 29 Jan 2013
Gender: Male
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John Pfitzner received a commendation in the Max Harris Poetry Award 2008 and was joint runner-up in the 2009 Studio Prize. His poems have been published in Studio and in three anthologies including Dodecahedron (Poets Union Anthology 2010). In 2010 he co-edited Season of a New Heart (Poets Corner Anthology). By profession he has been a minister of religion and a publishing house editor. He lived for fifteen years in an Aboriginal community in Central Australia where he learnt an Aboriginal language. In his younger days he was an Aussie Rules player and marathon runner. Interests include human rights issues, reading, films, music and spirituality.

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The Wrong Grave 2012 single work poetry
— Appears in: Friendly Street : New Poets Seventeen 2012; (p. 26-27)
2008 commended Max Harris Poetry Award
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