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Mark Tredinnick Mark Tredinnick i(A14240 works by)
Born: Established: 1962 Epping, Epping - Pennant Hills area, Northwest Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales, ;
Gender: Male
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Mark Tredinnick has lived in various parts of New South Wales including the Blue Mountains and the Southern Highlands. He has taught creative writing at The University of Sydney. Tredinnick's poems have appeared in Australian Book Review, Island, Manoa (USA), Mascara, Meanjin, and other Australian and overseas journals. His first collection of poems, The Road South (2008) appears on CD in the River Road series. Tredinnick's essays have appeared in Best Australian Essays and many journals and newspapers. His prose works include The Land's Wild Music (2005) (adapted from his PhD thesis, 'Writing the Wild: Place, Prose and the Ecological Imagination'), The Little Red Writing Book (2006), The Little Green Grammar Book (2008) and The Blue Plateau (2009).

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2017 longlisted Red Room Poetry Fellowship
2016 winner ACU Prize for Literature Poetry Prize for The Horse
2016 longlisted The Ron Pretty Poetry Prize For 'Egret in a Ploughed Field'.

Awards for Works

Peregrine Moon "One Saturday afternoon in June, a peregrine flew east across the window", The Weekend Australian , 4-5 July 2015 single work poetry
2014 shortlisted The Ron Pretty Poetry Prize
What? "I love you, I say to her all through", 2014 single work poetry
2014 shortlisted The Ron Pretty Poetry Prize
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