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Fiona Hile Fiona Hile i(A13899 works by)
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Fiona Hile has studied and taught Creative Writing at the University of Melbourne. Her short stories have been published in Australia, Canada and the United States. Her novel-in-progress was short-listed for the Varuna/Harper Collins manuscript development program.

Hile was the recipient of the Ian Potter Cultural Trust Travelling Grant in 2000, The Felix Myer Scholarship for Literature in 2001, an Australian Postgraduate Award (PhD) 2002-2005, and an Arts Victoria Literature Development Grant in 2004.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2014 shortlisted ASAL Awards A. D. Hope Prize for Unsettling Language: The Meaning of Punctuation in Michael Farrell’s open sesame’.
2012 shortlisted The Whitmore Press Manuscript Prize
2012 highly commended Gwen Harwood Memorial Poetry Prize For 'Paterson's Curse'

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Subtraction St Lucia : Hunter Publishers , 2016 9101653 2016 selected work poetry
2019 shortlisted Mascara Avant-garde Awards Poetry
2019 highly commended Victorian Premier's Literary Awards Prize for Poetry
2017 winner Helen Anne Bell Poetry Bequest
y separately published work icon Novelties Melbourne : Hunter Publishers , 2013 6566931 2013 selected work poetry
2014 winner New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry
The Owl of Lascaux i "I imagine you chopping the heads of eel", 2013 single work poetry
— Appears in: Overland , Autumn no. 210 2013; (p. 48-49) Active Aesthetics : Contemporary Australian Poetry 2016;
2012 second place The Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize
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