Congratulations to the winner of 2017 Voss Prize Mark O’Flynn for his novel The Last Days of Ava Langdon. The prize was announced at the annual meeting of the AUHE on 1 December. Read more here.
Congratulations to Elizabeth McMahon, winner of the inaugural AUHE prize for literary scholarship for her study Islands, Identity and the Literary Imagination. The award was announced at the AUHE annual meeting on 1 December with congratulations to all of the […]
Congratulations to the authors shortlisted for the inaugural AUHE Prize for Literary Scholarship. The prize is awarded to the best book of literary scholarship published by an Australian based author in the previous twelve months, the winner will be announced on 1 […]
Congratulations to the six Australian writers, short-listed for the annual Voss literary prize in 2017, awarded to the best novel published in the previous year. The Voss award for the best novel published in Australia in 2016-2017 will be announced […]
The AUHE executive has sent an emailed letter of support to the staff of the English and Creative Writing program at Murdoch University, in response to the Fair Work Commission’s endorsement of the termination of the university’s enterprise agreement. The […]
Congratulations to the ten Australian novelists long-listed for the annual Voss literary prize in 2017, awarded to the best novel published in the previous year. This year the list features a number of debut novels and relatively few established or […]
Hold-the-date! The AUHE 2017 AGM will be held on 1 December at the University of Adelaide. More details to come.
AUHE Prize for Literary Scholarship – Please circulate to your networks The Australian Universities Heads of English (AUHE) is calling for nominations for the inaugural AUHE Prize for Literary Scholarship, which will be awarded to the best book of literary scholarship published by an […]
The Literary Interface 2018 Convention 2018 Literary Studies Convention Co-hosted by Call f Papers PDF: 2018 Literary Studies Convention CFP July 4-7, 2018 Australian National University, Canberra The Australian National University (ANU) is proud to host the 2018 Literary Studies Convention. […]
AAL’s annual conference for 2017, Literary Environments: Place, Planet and Translation, will be held at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus on the 17th to 19th July, 2017. This year’s conference organisers, Peter Denney and Stuart Cooke, have assembled a stellar line-up of keynotes […]