Contributor news

Peter Mares has won the 2015 Migration and Settlement Award for Journalism Excellence for his Inside Story essay, ‘Living at the wrong end of the queue’.

Chris Price’s essay from Griffith Review 43: Pacific Highways – volume 2 has been longlisted for the Notting Hill Essay Prize.

Cameron Muir’s book, The Broken Promise of Agricultural Progress: An Environmental History, has been shortlisted for the 2015 NSW Premier’s History Awards in the NSW Community and Regional History category. The book features two of Cameron’s Griffith Review essays. 

Ellen van Neerven has been shortlisted for The Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction 2015 for Heat and Light (UQP). The judges said: ‘Van Neerven’s imagery leaves deep impressions on the mind … an affecting and commanding work of fiction.’