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Dymocks Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Writers' Award
Subcategory of Northern Territory Literary Awards
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Winners

2012 winner y separately published work icon Territory Days Joey Flynn , 2011 8307807 2011 single work prose
2012 winner Michael Giacometti for Kwatye Scours the Sand, A Sonnet
2011 winner wadjita John Bodey , 2011 single work prose
— Appears in: Northern Territory Literary Awards 2011 2011; (p. 107-115)

'The hot desert wind swirled around the group of men sitting in what little shade the acacia bush growing on top of a lofty sandhill afforded, which was precious little. But it wasn’t the shade, nor the tree, that was of consequence; rather, it was a ‘man’s’ site ... Women had their areas, men theirs ... Gullal pointed with his face, his chin, ...'

2011 winner Bronwyn Mehan for Under Attack
2008 winner What a Fright David C. Curtis , 2008 single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Territory Literary Awards 2008 2008; (p. 75-76)
2007 winner A Question of Identity Ellen Maria Pocock , 2007 single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Territory Literary Awards 2007 2007; (p. 9-16)
2006 winner The Red Dress Gloria Corliss , 2006 single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Territory Literary Awards 2006 2006; (p. 7-14)
2005 winner Rodeo Girl Michael Torres , 2005 single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Territory Literary Awards 2005 2005; (p. 1-5) This Country Anytime Anywhere : An Anthology of New Indigenous Writing from the Northern Territory 2010; (p. 13-20)
At the rodeo, Billy finds companionship and skill in the itinerant Rose.
2004 winner King of the Mangroves Michael Torres , 2004 single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Territory Literary Awards 2004 2004; (p. 1-4)
2003 winner Street Dreams Ameina Brunker , 2003 single work short story
— Appears in: Northern Territory Literary Awards 2003 2003; (p. 89-91)
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