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Underground Writers Nov 15
A wonderful speech from “Reach for your dreams. You won’t regret a second of it”
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Raphael Farmer Nov 15
Beautiful night for a very cool event.
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Julie Sprigg Nov 15
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Louise Allan Nov 15
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Holden Sheppard 😎💪 Nov 16
Check out this boofhead in The West Australian today 🤩🤩
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Underground Writers Nov 15
Congratulations to the winner of this year’s T.A.G. Hungerford Award, Holden Sheppard!!! We can’t wait to read your book
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John McGlue Nov 15
Huge crowd and fantastic evening at Freo Arts Centre for 2018
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Westerly Magazine Nov 15
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Holden Sheppard 😎💪 Nov 17
Yes, Sir. All done! 🏆🏆🏆
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John McGlue Nov 15
Nervous, anxious shortlisters for
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Alicia Tuckerman 🏳️‍🌈 Nov 15
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HaikusFromWikipedia 24 Jun 16
Hungerford Award, biennial Australian, first established in
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Alicia Tuckerman 🏳️‍🌈 Nov 15
This is the face of a bloke who just won the T.A.G Hungerford award! So stoked for you !
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Underground Writers Nov 15
We’re proud to have been able to bring you the best of tonight’s award. Congratulations to all the shortlist and we can’t wait to read ALL your books!
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Westerly Magazine Nov 15
Huge cheers and a crowd held rapt with Holden Sheppard's work!
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Writing WA Nov 15
Congratulations to Holden Sheppard who has won the 2018 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award for his young adult manuscript 'Invisible Boys'. He has won a $12,000 cash prize and a publishing contract with
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Fremantle Press Nov 15
'Invisible Boys is pure fiction, but it was born of the trauma of my own adolescence.' Read an interview with winner and read an excerpt from his YA novel, Invisible Boys
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John McGlue Nov 15
We have a winner . Holden Sheppard takes out the big prize. Huge congrats. Sounds like a ripper of a book - and you can get it soon
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Julie Sprigg Sep 19
So excited to announce I've been shortlisted for the 2018 City of Fremantle T. A.G. Hungerford award for an unpublished manuscript.
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Fremantle Press Nov 15
winner says his YA novel Invisible Boys is for anyone who struggled growing up gay in a country town. He explains more on the Fremantle Press podcast:
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