Amongst some of Australia's most prestigious awards for women writers, the Nita B Kibble Literary Awards (the Kibble Awards) aim to encourage Australian women writers to improve and advance literature for the benefit of our community.
The Awards recognise the works of women writers of fiction or non-fiction classified as 'life writing'. This includes novels, autobiographies, biographies, literature and any writing with a strong personal element.
The Kibble Literary Award recognises the work of an established Australian woman writer while the Dobbie Literary Award recognises a first published work from an Australian woman writer.
Application for the 2014 Kibble Awards are now open and will close at 5pm ESDT on Friday, 6 December 2013.
Find out how to apply here
Perpetual congratulates the winners of the 20th Kibble Awards.
The winner of the Kibble Literary Award for an established author is Annah Faulkner for her novel The Beloved.
The winner of the Dobbie Literary Award for a first published author is Lily Chan for Toyo: A memoir.
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