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The Fellowship will be awarded by Australian Book Review on the advice of a judging committee which will include ABR Editor , author and Nobel Laureate (pictured) and Voiceless Co-Founder and Managing Director . The selected Fellow will receive $5000 and embark on the production of a non-fiction article which will appear in ABR Magazine and ABR Online.

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Australian Book Review, Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize, Studio 2, 207 City Road, Southbank, Victoria 3006, Australia. Amy Baillieu, Deputy Editor.

Australian Book Review is Australia's leading literary review

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Australian Book Review welcomes entries to the tenth Calibre Prize for an Outstanding Essay, which is worth AUD $5,000. Calibre is Australia’s premier award for an original essay. Anyone writing in English is eligible, regardless of where they live.

Hitting the Wall by David Foster Penguin 1989. This review was first published in Australian Book Review Issue 109 April 1989.Australian Book Review is an Australian magazine of literary review and comment. A monthly publication, it contains reviews of books, magazines, journals and exhibitions, diaries and travel writing Australian Book Review (ABR) is Australia’s premier literary review. Created in 1961, and based in Melbourne and Adelaide, it publishes a monthly magazine of reviews, essays, commentaries and creative writing.Australian Book Review is anAustralian magazine of literary review and comment. A monthlypublication, it contains reviews of books, magazines, journals andexhibitions, diaries and travel writing. It also publishes essays,commentary and new poetry. Its contributors write on a wide arrayof subjects: fiction, poetry, biography and memoir, criticism,history, media studies, current affairs, philosophy, religion,politics, economics, cultural studies, education, reference, thearts, travel and children's literature.Australian Book Review, as you may well know, is a monthly magazine featuring lengthy, considered book reviews plus poetry and essays (and soon fiction). It is 50 years old this year. Today they’re launching their , which is an enhanced version of the magazine accessible to subscribers.Australian Book Review offers an annual ABR ReviewingCompetition. Both celebrated and emerging writers are encouraged tosubmit a review of any recently published book for the chance towin AU$1000 in cash, publication in ABR, and at least twofuture commissions. All categories of books are eligible, includingfiction, non-fiction, poetry, children's and young adult books.