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Belinda J. Rule Belinda J. Rule i(A64437 works by) (a.k.a. Belinda Rule)
Gender: Female
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A writer of of poetry and fiction, Belinda Rule studied Professional Writing and Editing at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Melbourne). She has been a fellow at SQuaw Valley Community of Writers (USA), a resident at Varuna and Bundanon Trust (Australia); and is a past winner of the John Masefield Poetry Prize. Her work has appeared extensively in journals and anthologies, including Meanjin, Australian Book Review, Antipodes, Eureka Street, Westerly, Sleepers Almanac, Cordite Poetry Review, Hecate, Islet, Best Australian Poems 2012, and Island.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2014 recipient ASA Mentorship
2012 recipient Creative Industries Career Fund for a week-long residency at Varuna, the Writers’ House in Katoomba, NSW.
1999 winner University of Melbourne John Masefield Poetry Prize

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon The Things the Mind Sees Happen Waratah : Puncher and Wattmann , 2019 19214517 2019 selected work poetry
2019 commended Anne Elder Award
y separately published work icon The Road North from Toodleton Strawberry Hills : Spineless Wonders , 2014 11449518 2014 single work short story

'Stephanie is a young girl who escapes into the imaginary world of Toodleton where she is a hero, not a victim. But when a deadly poison threatens lives including the very existence of Toodleton, Stephanie is forced to acknowledge more than one terrible truth about herself. Will she finally find the strength and courage to travel the dangerous road north from Toodleton into an uncharted and inhospitable world?'

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2012 shortlisted
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