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Terry Whitebeach Terry Whitebeach i(A30049 works by) (a.k.a. Terry Anne Whitebeach)
Also writes as: Pardalote ; Pravina
Born: Established: 1948 Tasmania, ;
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Terry Whitebeach is a writer, teacher and community artist originally from Tasmania. She has lived and worked in Central Australia. Terry has taught creative writing and undergraduate literature, establishing the Indigenous Creative Writing programme at Batchelor Institute, Alice Springs, and has done research in the area of biography. She has published poetry and young adult novels and has written radio plays.

Whitebeach has also authored Women and Unemployment in Tasmania (1985), A Study of the Housing Needs of the Elderly Citizens of the Brighton Municipality (1986), Parents' Perceptions of the Educational Needs of Aboriginal Children in Tasmania (1987), and edited Some Say Hello, Some Can't See You: Stories of Tasmanian Migrants (1992). The anthology Poetry: The Second Collection (1993) by students at Jabiru Area School, Northern Territory, resulted from a visit to the school by Whitebeach while she was at the Darwin Poetry Festival.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

Awards for Works

Touch 2009 single work prose
— Appears in: Award Winning Australian Writing 2009 2009; (p. 207-215)
2008 Winner Jacqueline Cooke Short Story Award
My Daughter i "My daughter, as much herself as ever,", 2000 single work poetry
— Appears in: Northerly : A Journal of Arts and Letters in the Northern Regions of Australia and Beyond , August vol. 1 no. 2 2000; (p. 47-48)

— Appears in: Thylazine , no. 2 2000; Living Room : Poems from the Centre 2003; (p. 93-95) All the Shamans Work In Safeway : Poems for Young Adults 1990-2005 2006; (p. 55-57)
2000 joint winner Northern Territory Literary Awards Red Earth Poetry Award
Bird Dream 1993 selected work poetry
— Appears in: Four New Poets 1993; (p. 265-358)
1993 winner Anne Elder Award
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