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Bundey Prize for English Verse
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History

This prize is supported by The University of Adelaide. About the award :

In 1912 Ellen Milne Bundey paid to the University the sum of $400 for the purpose of founding with the income thereof, an annual prize in poetry for a person born in Australia, in memory of her parents, the late Sir Henry and Lady Bundey, to be called "The Bundey Prize for English Verse".

A prize of $200 is offered for the best poem or group of poems. The competition is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students of the University of Adelaide, provided that they are enrolled as of the 1st September in any given year and were born in Australia.

Winners

2003 winner y separately published work icon Fox Katarina Konkoly , 2003 (Manuscript version)x401411 Z1195552 2003 single work poetry
1975 winner y separately published work icon Teeth and Other Verses Kate Llewellyn , Adelaide : University of Adelaide , 1975 (Manuscript version)x401480 Z1214561 1975 selected work poetry
1965 winner Richard Madelaine
1940 winner Spain i "Because imagination had me strained", Paul Pfeiffer , 1942 single work poetry
— Appears in: Hymeneal to a Star 1942; (p. 26-29)
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