Griffith Review is pleased to announce the winners of the sixth annual Novella project, supported by Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund. Congratulations to Miriam Sved, Erin Gough, Daniel Young, Holden Sheppard and Lucy Neave who will join Griffith Review Queensland Writing Fellows Rosie Funder, Anne Richards and Victoria Carless, as well as Anthony Macris and Ronnie Scott in Griffith Review 62: All Being Equal.
Judges Melissa Lucashenko, Benjamin Law, Dennis Altman and Aviva Tuffield, and the Griffith Review editorial team, selected the winning pieces from sixty entries.
Published 29 October 2018, Griffith Review 62: All Being Equal explores the texture of equality, bringing to life the big issues in the national narrative and the stories around them.
The Griffith Review Queensland Writing Fellowships are funded by Arts Queensland. Entries are currently open for the 2019–20 program. The Griffith Review Novella Project is an annual competition-based program supported by Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund. The next call for entries will be in December 2018 – keep an eye on Griffith Review‘s social media and newsletter updates for more information.