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BiographyHistory

Jim Kent is a writer from Port Fairy, Victoria

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2018 winner The Bronze Swagman Award for Bush Verse for 'Goodbye, Old Mate'.
2018 commended The Betty Olle Poetry Award for 'Journeys End'.
2017 commended The Betty Olle Poetry Award for 'We Can't Go Back ...'

Awards for Works

Bandy Bill i "I sit tonight by firelight with a heavy aching head,", 2017 single work poetry
— Appears in: Ipswich Poetry Feast 2017;
2017 highly commended Ipswich Poetry Feast Awards Metro Hotel Ipswich International Award – Open Age Bush Poetry
A Racing Tale i "Another Mountain Cup was past, another picnic day,", 2017 single work poetry
— Appears in: Ipswich Poetry Feast 2017;
2017 highly commended Ipswich Poetry Feast Awards Metro Hotel Ipswich International Award – Open Age Bush Poetry
A Truck Load of Logs 2006 single work short story
— Appears in: Slippery When Wet : A Collection of Australian Short Stories , no. 5 2006; (p. 9-14)
2006 Second Prize Slippery When Wet Short Story Competition
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