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|Known for||Past the Shallows|
Favel Parrett is an Australian writer. Her first novel, Past the Shallows, was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Literary award 2012 and also won the Dobbie Literary Prize and Newcomer of the Year at the Australian Book Industry Awards. Most recently she was awarded the Antarctic Arts Fellowship allowing her to travel to Antarctica to complete research for her latest novel, When the Night Comes. Favel also writes short stories and has had many published in journals and anthologies including – Meanjin, Island, Best Australian Stories and Griffith Review.
- Parrett, Favel (2011). Past the shallows. Sydney: Hachette Australia.
- When the Night Comes (2014)
Critical studies and reviews of Parrett's work
- Holland-Batt, Sarah (Sep 2014). "Rough seas". Australian Book Review. 364: 12. Review of When the night comes.
- Sussex, Lucy (Sep 2014). "Antarctica Starts Here". Sydney Review of Books.
- 2012 winner of the Dobbie Award
- 2012 shortlisted Booksellers Choice Award
- 2012 finalist Melbourne Prize — Best Writing Award
- 2012 shortlisted Miles Franklin Literary Award
- 2012 shortlisted Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) — Australian Literary Fiction Book of the Year
- 2012 winner Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) — Australian Newcomer of the Year
- 2015 longlisted Miles Franklin Literary Award
- 2015 shortlisted ASAL Awards — ALS Gold Medal
- 2015 shortlisted Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) — Australian Literary Fiction Book of the Year
- 2015 shortlisted The Indie Books Awards
- 2015 shortlisted ABA’s Booksellers Choice Award
- "When the Night Comes | Favel Parrett | Review". Sydney Review of Books. 2014-09-12. Retrieved 2017-05-24.
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