The Biggest Estate on Earth wins big in Victorian Prize for Literature

by - October 17th, 2012

The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia by Bill Gammage  has won the 2012 Victorian Prize for Literature, which carries a prize of $100,000.

The winning titles in the other categories of the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards are:

Vance Palmer Prize for Fiction ($25,000)

  • Foal’s Bread (Gillian Mears, A&U)

CJ Dennis Prize for Poetry ($25,000)

  • Armour (John Kinsella, Pan Macmillan)

Prize for Writing for Young Adults

  • The Shadow Girl (John Larkin, Woolshed Press)

Louis Esson Prize for Drama ($25,000)

  • A Golem Story (Lally Katz)

People’s Choice Award

  • National Interest (Aiden Fennessy).



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