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Philip Hodgins Memorial Medal
Subcategory of Mildura Writers' Festival Awards
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History

The Philip Hodgins Memorial Medal is awarded each year to a consistently outstanding Australian writer. It is given as part of the Mildura Writers' Festival, which Hodgins (1959-1995) helped to found in 1994. The medal, which comes with a cash prize, was established to honour Hodgins's memory and was first awarded in 1997. Hodgins was a critically acclaimed, award-winning Australian poet, whose work appeared in publications such as The New Yorker.

Latest Winners / Recipients

Year: 2020

winner Paul Carter

Year: 2019

Year: 2018

Year: 2017

winner Peter Boyle

Year: 2016

winner Jan Owen

Works About this Award

The Meaning of Recognition Clive James , 2003 single work essay
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , September no. 254 2003; (p. 21-29) The Meaning of Recognition : New Essays 2001-2005 2005; (p. 1-22)
Dawe Wins Inaugural Literary Prize Rita Erlich , 1997 single work column biography
— Appears in: The Age , 24 March 1997; (p. C6)
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