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Agnes Nieuwenhuizen argues: 'Unless the archaic structure, rules of government and operations of the CBCA are thoroughly revamped, it may find itself superceded by a new, high-level, national organisation that will also engage with the global book community'.
A column canvassing current literary news including brief reports on several awards: the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the Wesley Michel Wright Award for Poetry and the Newcastle Poetry Prize.