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Andrew McDonald Andrew McDonald i(A5035 works by) (a.k.a. Andrew George McDonald)
Born: Established: 1942 Eton, Berkshire,
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,
Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: 1971
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Andrew McDonald has lived in England, Italy and California and taught English after arriving in Australia. In 1968 he was the recipient of a Literature Board grant and in 1979 he won the Ian Mudie Award. He has edited subtitles for SBS TV and has written a number of works for radio, including the documentary, 'Her Dying Days', a meditation on his mothers' passing, which was broadcast on Radio National on 22 February 1988.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

1979 winner Ian Mudie Award
1977 joint-winner Patricia Hackett Prize The best contributions to Westerly in 1977 for his poems published in No.3, September 1977

Known archival holdings

University of New South Wales Australian Defence Force Academy Australian Defence Force Academy Library (ACT)
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