Delighted that Glasshouses has been shortlisted for the 2017 Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL) Mary Gilmore Award, to be given for the best first book of poetry published in the previous calendar year.
Congratulations to fellow shortlistees Carmine Frascarelli for Sydney Road Poems, Aden Rolfe for False Nostalgia, and Alison Whittaker for Lemons in the Chicken Wire, and thanks to the 2017 Mary Gilmore Award chair Michael Farrell and judges Ann Vickery and Justin Clemens.
The winner will be announced at the ASAL’s annual conference in Melbourne in July.
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Thanks very much, Sean.