Lord mayor's creative writing awards




The Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Awards encourage emerging writers and celebrate Melbourne’s status as a UNESCO City of Literature.


Melbourne’s Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Awards, last held in 2017, will be relaunched this year, reports CBD News.. Prizes will be awarded in six categories: short story, poetry, narrative nonfiction, novella, life writing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers and graphic short story, with an overall winner to be selected from the category winners.


1 Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Awards 2017 Winner, Narrative Non-Fiction: When everything turns to shit for a bit by Jack Callil


The Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Awards were established to encourage emerging writers to share their stories and to celebrate Melbourne’s status as a UNESCO City of Literature. This year there were five categories. As the overall winner, Yamiko received $10,000 to further her writing journey.


The Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Awards are being hosted by the Melbourne Library Service. There’s $1000 to be won in five categories, and an overall prize of …


Lord Mayor awards creative writing prizes (Premium content) Premium content. The coveted Lord Mayor's Award for 2013 has been awarded to a talented novella writer. Image: State Library of Victoria - Melbourne is a UNESCO City of Literature. Esther Levy-Fenner ...


Lord Mayor's Creative Writing Award. 20/8/2015 0 Comments Another competition closing soon is the Lord Mayor's Creative Writing Award. Yes, it's a big comp (nice prizes) but it's also for emerging writers and has free entry so, nothing to lose. Entries close 31 August.


Lord Mayor's Young and Emerging Artists Fellowships 2020 Below are the recipients of the Brisbane City Council Lord Mayor's Young and Emerging Artists Fellowships for 2020. Successful grant recipients receive funding to join national or international training and development programs through participation in further study, mentorship and structured experience.


In 2013, he won an award for Graphic Short Story in Melbourne's Lord Mayor's Creative Writing Awards for a piece called The Bolt Report. Blumenstein wrote the piece in epistolary voice, as his school-aged younger brother, Tristian, completing a media studies assignment.


Atherton was a judge of the Australian Book Review's Elizabeth Jolley Short Story awarding 2014; the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards: Prize for Poetry in 2015 and 2016, the joanne burns microlit award in 2016 and 2017, and Melbourne's Lord Mayor's Poetry Prize in 2016 and 2017 [citation needed].