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W. B. Yeats Poetry Prize for Australia
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History

The W. B. Yeats Poetry Prize for Australia began in 1996. It was open to residents of Australia for previously unpublished poems.

Winners

2019 winner Rob Wallis for 'Lost City'.
2017 winner Roger Vickery for 'Environment Project'.
2016 winner Damen O'Brien for 'A Sky Empty of Birds'.
2015 winner Jenny Pollak for White-out
2014 winner Leech Evening at Lamington i "The mist has moth feet, but the rain entices", Damen O'Brien , 2016 single work poetry
— Appears in: Award Winning Australian Writing 2016 2016; (p. 290)
2013 joint winner John Carey for Brett and Arthur
2013 joint winner Gregory Piko For 'The Man with Only One Eye'.
2011 winner Janeen Samuel for her entry "www.rainforest/leeches"
2004 winner Night Train : Australia : 1940s i "The train lies stretched", Beverley George , 2004 single work poetry
2003 winner Joan Kerr
2000 winner y separately published work icon Corvus Tim Metcalf , Charnwood : Ginninderra Press , 2001 Z985295 2001 selected work poetry For 'Stages of Dying'.
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