T.A.G. Hungerford Award
The T. A. G. Hungerford Award is a biennial Australian literary award, first established in 1998. The award is to encourage new writers from Western Australia who have not previously been published in book form.
Nominations are accepted for the award. Winners receive $6,000 in cash from New Edition Bookshop and a publishing contract with Fremantle Arts Centre Press. For nominations for the award, the guidelines and entry form are found at the WritingWA website.
- 2012: Robert Edeson, "The Weaver Fish"
- 2010: Jacqueline Wright, Australian author, "The Telling" published as Red Dirt Talking in 2012.
- 2008: Natasha Lester, What is Left Over, After
- 2006: Alice Nelson, In Arcadia
- 2004: Donna Mazza, The Albanian
- 2002: Nathan Hobby, The Fur
- 2000: Christopher Murray, A Whispering of Fish
- 1995: Bruce Russell, Jacob's Air
- 1993: Simone Lazaroo, The World Waiting to be Made
- 1991: Gail Jones, The House of Breathing
- 1990: Brenda Walker, Crush
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