By: Flood Manuscripts  18-May-2011
Keywords: Assessment, Manuscript Assessment, Manuscript Appraisal


Australian Book Review and Copyright Agency Limited have much pleasure in announcing the joint winners of the fifth Calibre Prize for an Outstanding Essay:

Dean Biron ‘The Death of the Writer’

Moira McKinnon – ‘Who Killed Matilda?’

 Each essayist receives $5000. The judges – Jane Goodall (a past winner of Calibre) and Peter Rose (Editor of ABR) – longlisted nineteen essays and shortlisted six essays, all of which are listed on the ABR website –

Congratulations to Moira, who has just had her 2nd fiction ms appraisal with Flood Manuscripts.

Keywords: Assessment, Literary, Manuscript Appraisal, Manuscript Assessment, Non-Fiction

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