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Tricia Dearborn Tricia Dearborn i(A7402 works by)
Born: Established: 1963 Glen Innes, Glen Innes area, New England, New South Wales, ;
Gender: Female
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Tricia Dearborn grew up in Bathurst moving to Sydney to go to university where she graduated with an Honours degree in Biochemistry and a Master of Arts. She has worked in science and in publishing. Dearborn was a founding member of the Sydney writers' group 'outWriters' (1994-2000). In 1998, she was selected as one of the 'mentees' for the inaugural Varuna Residential Mentorship for Poetry. She was selected for the 2003 Poets on Wheels tour. Her poems and short stories have appeared in literary journals and anthologies in Australia, the UK, the US and India.

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Awards for Works

The Ringing World "My left ear", Five Bells , Autumn/Winter vol. 16 no. 2/3 2009 single work poetry
2008 Joint winner Poets Union Poetry Prize
The Knitter and Miss Newtown Island , Summer no. 88 2002 single work short story
2001 winner University of Canberra National Short Story Competition Open section
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