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Sandy Fitts Sandy Fitts i(A28073 works by) (a.k.a. Sandra Fitts)
Gender: Female
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Sandy Fitts was born in England and grew up on the coast of Yorkshire. Her poems have been published widely and have won many awards in Australia and the UK.

Her poem 'Waiting for Goya' won the Gwen Harwood Poetry Prize in 2007. Other first prizes include the Arts Queensland Val Vallis Award and the Melbourne Poets Union International Poetry Competition, while 'Headgear (a review)' was shortlisted for the Australian Book Review poetry prize.

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y separately published work icon View from the Lucky Hotel Parkville : Five Islands Press , 2008 Z1547418 2008 selected work poetry
2008 winner Anne Elder Award
Waiting for Goya i "And so, as you see, quite a journey, and now", 2008 single work poetry
— Appears in: Island , Winter no. 113 2008; (p. 64-67) The Best Australian Poems 2008 2008; (p. 49-51) Australian Poetry Since 1788 2011; (p. 765-767)
2007 winner Gwen Harwood Memorial Poetry Prize
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