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Gayelene Carbis Gayelene Carbis i(A33035 works by)
Gender: Female
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Gaylene Carbis is a playwright and poet whose work has been performed in Australia and overseas, including Athens, Edinburgh, Ireland, Oxford and Carbis Bay in Cornwall. In 2009 Carbis was teaching at the Australian College of Applied Psychology and undertaking a Masters in Creative Writing at Melbourne University.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2018 highly commended Melbourne Poets Union International Poetry Competition
2016 highly commended Southern Cross Literary Competition

for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf

2012 recipient Creative Industries Career Fund to attend a residency at The Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada. With the support of the Creative Industries Career Fund, Gaylene spent five weeks at the centre and received one-on-one editorial assistance and instruction on public reading skills.

Awards for Works

What's Richard Ford Got to Do with It? 2011 single work short story
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , October no. 335 2011; (p. 59-62)
2011 shortlisted ABR Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize
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