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The ' Literature Prize' is a current, annually offered, academic prize. It was first awarded in 1989.

Literature Prize Awardees:

1989 Harris, M.
1990 Considine, M.
1991 Campbell, E.
1992 Bridges, M.
1993 Le Gre, G.
1994 Webber, F.
1995 Mills, W.
1996 Weber, K.
1997 Chisholm, J.
1998 Lawler, S.
1999 Williams, T.
2000 Cochrane, D.
2001 Purdey, E.
2002 Betts, N.
2003 Varley, C.
2004 Malon, S.
2005 Miller, E.
2006 Gunther, D.
2007 Monotti, W.
2008 Garratt, M.
2009 Simson, E.
2010 Clark, A.
2011 Payne, R.
2012 Hill, F.
2013 Gekas, C.
2014 Laidlaw, F.
2015 Crawley, C.
2016 McGrath, R.
2017 Shaw, S. G.
2018 Nigro, E.

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