Paul Magee Paul Magee i(A70099 works by)
Born: Established: 1970 Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Male
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Paul Magee is a poet, essayist and logician who grew up in Melbourne. A scholar in classical languages, Russian and the philosophy of history, Magee spent his twenties studying, travelling overseas, and working as a freelance Latin tutor. He later went on to work as a lecturer in creative reading at the University of Canberra.

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Pineapple Fish "Prince Shotoku, who dedicated the temple at Horyuji", 2007 single work poetry
2007 shortlisted Australian Capital Territory Poetry Prize David Campbell Award for an Unpublished Poem by an ACT Poet
Cube Root of Book 2006 sequence poetry 'A series of one hundred and thirty two poems set at intervals along the descending spiral of a Fibonacci number sequence.'
2008 shortlisted Festival Awards for Literature (SA) Award for Innovation in Writing
2008 highly commended ASAL Awards Mary Gilmore Award for a First Book of Poetry
2006 highly commended The Fellowship of Australian Writers Victoria Inc. National Literary Awards FAW Anne Elder Poetry Award
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