Award Winning Australian Writing The Best Winning Writing from Short Story & Poetry Competitions Nationally
Edited by Adolfo Aranjuez
Now in its sixth edition, Award Winning Australian Writing (AWAW) continues its commitment to showcasing the best short stories and poems that have won competitions around the country. The 2013 edition will proudly include a foreword by Carmel Bird, in honour of whom Spineless Wonders runs the Carmel Bird Short Fiction Award. She is the author of nine literary novels, six collections of short fiction and three books on the art of writing.
Adolfo Aranjuez is the editor of film and media magazine Metro, the subeditor of media literacy magazine Screen Education and a member of Writers Victoria’s editorial committee.Previously, he worked as in-house editor at Melbourne Books, as the deputy editor of the literary magazine Voiceworks and as editor of arts magazine Fragmented.
Adolfo has run workshops and been on panels for various organisations including Writers Victoria, Express Media, Swinburne University, the Emerging Writers' and National Young Writers' festivals, and the city councils of Melbourne, Stonnington and Wyndham. His prose and poetry have been published in Voiceworks, The Victorian Writer, The Emerging Writer and The Lifted Brow, among others, and he has been featured on 3RRR's Aural Text and 3CR's Spoken Word. Adolfo has been a judge for the John Marsden Prize, the Scribe Nonfiction Prize, the Meanjin Tournament of Books, City of Yarra's Storytelling Competition, and the Write Across Victoria Competition
He has been working on Award Winning Australian Writing since 2009.