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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 It was open to residents of Australia for previously unpublished poems.

Notes

  • Inaugurated in 1996. The competition is open to residents of Australia and New Zealand only for unpublished poems of not more than fifty lines.

Latest Winners / Recipients

Year: 2020

winner Angela Szczotko for 'Sappho's Daughters'.

Year: 2019

winner Rob Wallis for 'Lost City'.

Year: 2017

winner Roger Vickery for 'Environment Project'.

Year: 2016

winner Damen O'Brien for 'A Sky Empty of Birds'.

Year: 2015

winner Jenny Pollak for White-out
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