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ALS Gold Medal

The Australian Literature Society Gold Medal (ALS Gold Medal) is awarded annually by the Association for the Study of Australian Literature for “an outstanding literary work in the preceding calendar year.”[1] From 1928 to 1974 it was awarded by the Australian Literature Society, then from 1983 by the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, when the two organisations were merged.

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Award winnersEdit

2010sEdit

2000sEdit

1990sEdit

1980sEdit

1970sEdit

1960sEdit

1950sEdit

1940sEdit

1930sEdit

1920sEdit

Shortlisted worksEdit

2017[40]

2016[41]

2015[42]

2014[43]

2013[44]

2012

2011

2010

2008[45]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ALS Gold Medal". Association for the Study of Australian Literature. Retrieved 2008-12-05. 
  2. ^ "Deo wins 2018 ALS Gold Medal | Books+Publishing". Retrieved 2018-07-06. 
  3. ^ "Morrison wins ALS Gold Medal". Books + Publishing. 12 July 2017. Retrieved 10 February 2018. 
  4. ^ "Brenda Niall's life of Archbishop Mannix wins Australia's oldest literary prize" by Jason Steger, The Age, 6 July 2016
  5. ^ "Drones and Phantoms by Jennifer Maiden" Readings
  6. ^ "The Week in Review" Sydney Review of Books, 11 July 2014
  7. ^ Austlit - Stravinsky's Lunch by Drusilla Modjeska
  8. ^ Austlit - Archimedes and the Seagle by David Ireland
  9. ^ "Imaginary lives of the defeated in the realm of alienation", The Canberra Times, 21 February 1990, p33
  10. ^ Austlit - The Burnt Ones by Patrick White
  11. ^ Austlit - The Rush That Never Ended by Geoffrey Blainey
  12. ^ Austlit - Twenty-Three : Stories by John Morrison
  13. ^ Austlit - Masters in Israel by Vincent Buckley
  14. ^ Austlit - Poems of Discovery by William Hart Smith
  15. ^ "Papers of Randolph Stow" National Library of Australia
  16. ^ Austlit - A Difficult Young Man by Martin Boyd
  17. ^ Austlit - The Tree of Man by Patrick White
  18. ^ Australian Classics : 50 Great Writers and Their Celebrated Work by Jane Gleeson-White, p61
  19. ^ "Literary Award to T.A.G. Hungerford" The Canberra Times, 11 February 1954, p3
  20. ^ "Crouch Prize for Literature to R. Ingamells" The Age, 7 April 1952, p5
  21. ^ The Cambridge Companion to Australian Literature p129
  22. ^ "News of the Day" The Age, 3 November 1949, p2
  23. ^ Note wrong title, see [1] letter from Nettie Palmer
  24. ^ "Melbourne Author Wins Gold Medal" The Argus, 10 December 1948, p10
  25. ^ "Literature Prize" The Age, 19 November 1943, p2
  26. ^ "Medal for Author of Happy Valley" The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 February 1941, p13
  27. ^ "About People" The Age, 19 February 1941, p20
  28. ^ "Prize for Best Novel" The Argus, 19 March 1940, p1
  29. ^ "Literary Gold Medal : Award to Mr. R. D. Fitzgerald" The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 February 1940, p16
  30. ^ "Seaforth Mackenzie Wins 1937 Literature Prize" The Telegraph, 22 November 1938, p8
  31. ^ "Return to Coolami : Medal for Best Novel" The Argus, 21 September 1937, p11
  32. ^ "Gold Medal – Australian Literary Society" The Canberra Times, 31 October 1936, p2
  33. ^ "Best Novel of 1934" The Argus, 22 October 1935, p6
  34. ^ "Australian Literature : Society's Annual 'Drama Night'" The Age, 6 October 1934, p21
  35. ^ "In and About the City - Literature Award" The Courier-Mail, 10 November 1933, p10
  36. ^ "Literature Society's Gold Medal" The Sydney Morning Herald, 1 July 1932, p3
  37. ^ "Best Novel of 1930" The Argus, 16 June 1931, p6
  38. ^ "Australian Novel" The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 March 1930, p6
  39. ^ "Australian Literature Society" The Age, 8 October 1929, p13
  40. ^ "ALS Gold Medal 2017 shortlist announced". Books + Publishing. 5 April 2017. Retrieved 10 February 2018. 
  41. ^ Austlit - 2016 ALS Gold Medal
  42. ^ "ALS Gold Medal 2015 shortlist announced", Books + Publishing, 5 May 2015
  43. ^ "ALS Gold Medal 2014 shortlist announced", Books + Publishing, 27 February 2014
  44. ^ "2013 ALS Gold Medal Shortlist", ANZ LitLovers, 19 March 2013
  45. ^ 2007 Prize winners (sic)

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