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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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Awards for Works

Pineapple Fish i "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2007 shortlisted Australian Capital Territory Poetry Prize David Campbell Award for an Unpublished Poem by an ACT Poet
y separately published work icon Cube Root of Book Elwood : John Leonard Press , 2006 Z1222208 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 Anne Elder Award
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