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Paul Mitchell Paul Mitchell i(A29424 works by)
Born: Established: 1968 Horsham, Horsham area, North West Victoria, Victoria, ;
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Paul Mitchell lived in several small country towns before completing secondary schooling in Geelong. He has a BA in Journalism from RMIT and an MA in Creative Arts (Creative Writing) on the poetry of Kevin Hart (q.v.). His poetry and fiction have appeared in Island, Heat, Meanjin, Overland, Southerly, and many other journals. Mitchell has read his poetry at New York's Bowery Poetry Club, Melbourne Writers' Festival, Newcastle Young Writers Festival, Big West Festival, Montsalvat Festival of Poetry and Song, and at most major Melbourne poetry venues. He has also written and performed two dramatic monologues, Sleepless in Braybrook (the Yarraville Festival) and Get the Word (La Mama Theatre, Melbourne). A spoken word CD with Bill Buttler, As if nothing is happening . . . and it is, was released in 2005 and received airplay on Melbourne's 3RRR FM.

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Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Standard Variation Hobart : Walleah Press , 2014 7860165 2014 selected work poetry
2016 shortlisted Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature John Bray Poetry Award
The Favourite 2005 single work short story
— Appears in: Island , Spring no. 102 2005; (p. 140-146) The Best Australian Stories 2005 2005; (p. 142-150) Dodging the Bull : Stories 2007; (p. 67-78)
2004 winner University of Canberra National Short Story Competition
y separately published work icon Minorphysics Carindale : Interactive Press , 2003 Z1069532 2003 selected work poetry
2003 winner IP Picks Award Best Poetry by an Australian Author
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