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Winners

2016 winner Land of the Saltbush i "Listen, there is nothing but a sighing,", Jacqui Merckenschlager , 2016 single work poetry
— Appears in: Award Winning Australian Writing 2016 2016; (p. 105)
2008 winner Mulling over Mafeking i "The sedges and the bracken ferns are marching up the hill;", Max Merckenschlager , 2009 single work poetry
— Appears in: Award Winning Australian Writing 2009 2009; (p. 154-156)
2006 winner (Traditional Verse) Max Merckenschlager
2005 winner (Traditional Verse) Max Merckenschlager
1991 winner (Traditional) Ron Stevens
1989 winner (Contemporary) Cooking the Tongue i "It lies curled in its pot like a grey monster", Rae Sexton , 1994- single work poetry
— Appears in: Mattoid , no. 48 (p. 164)
1988 winner (Traditional) Ron Stevens
1987 winner (Contemporary) y separately published work icon The Shed Manifesto : Poems Tony Lintermans , Newham : Scribe , 1989 Z431412 1989 selected work poetry
1987 winner (Traditional) Ron Stevens
1985 winner Aldinga Summer Jan Owen , 1986 sequence poetry
— Appears in: Boy with a Telescope 1986; (p. 10-12) Friendly Street Poetry Reader : Ten 1986; (p. 84-86) Poems : 1980-2008 2008; (p. 15-17)
1985 winner Boy with a Telescope i "Shadowy neanderthal, his silhouette", Jan Owen , 1982 single work poetry
— Appears in: Friendly Street Poetry Reader : Six 1982; (p. 68) LiNQ , vol. 13 no. 2 1985; (p. 51-52) Boy with a Telescope 1986; (p. 5) Tuesday Night Live : Fifteen Years of Friendly Street 1993; (p. 176-177) Poems : 1980-2008 2008; (p. 8-9)
1984 winner The Voyage of St. Brendan i "Brendan, I could have told you", Margaret Bradstock , 1984 single work poetry
— Appears in: Small Rebellions 1984; (p. 84-85)
1981 winner One Man School i "Suddenly we come upon it", Audrey Longbottom , 1981 single work poetry
— Appears in: Echoes of Henry Lawson 1981; (p. 179) Refractions : poems by Youngstreet Poets 1983; (p. 63) The Solitary Islands 1985; (p. 6-8)
1980 winner Helen Horton
1978 winner The Past Walks Noiselessly i "In the cemetery this sun-bathed afternoon", Joyce Lee , 1978 single work poetry
— Appears in: Grenfell Record , 11 July 1978; (p. 2) It Is Nearly Dark When I Come to the Indian Ocean : The Collected Poems of Joyce Lee 2003; (p. 64-65) Motherlode : Australian Women's Poetry 1986 - 2008 2009; (p. 237-238)
1969 winner Tree and River Bank i "Dead jacaranda flowers are more beautiful", Craig Powell , 1970 single work poetry
— Appears in: Poetry Australia , April no. 33 1970; (p. 69-70) Best Poems of 1970 : Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards 1971 , vol. 23 no. 1971; (p. 92) A Country Without Exiles : poems 1972; (p. 69) Minga Street : New and Selected Poems 1993; (p. 14-15)
1968 winner Dichotomy i "This business of being Australian", Merle Glasson , 1982 single work poetry
— Appears in: Landscapes 1982; (p. 15-16) Selected Poems 1988; (p. 44-45)
1963 winner Jill Hellyer
1960 inaugural winner The Fox i "Ho, the fox; he was a cocky one, oh yes,", Eric Rolls , 1960 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 6 July vol. 81 no. 4195 1960; (p. 33) Selected Poems 1990; (p. 18-19) Australian Poetry Since 1788 2011; (p. 522-523)
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