Congratulations to the 2019 Monash Prize winners:
First Prize: Fiona Murphy – ‘Cornered’
Highest placed Monash University student prize:Victor Senthinathan – ‘Suburban Graveyard’
Congratulations to the 2019 Monash Prize shortlist:
Dario Davidson – ‘Access Revoked’
Laura Clark – ‘A and I’
Anna McShane-Potts – ‘Blaze’
Fiona Murphy – ‘Cornered’
Eva Caley –’Daughter Daughter’
Mirabai Pease – ‘I, daughter’
Lily Holloway – ‘I wander, she holds my hand’
Callie Zucker – ‘Motherhood Is A Burlap Sack’
Madeline Coleman-Bock – ‘Red’
Gina Song – ‘Roll Credits’
Ellen Vickerman – ‘Salmon is Beachside’
Victor Senthinathan – ‘Suburban Graveyard’
Kayla Rasmussen – ‘The Law of Conservation’
Stephanie Susanto – ‘The Narcissist in Armani’
Amy Lane – ‘Will’s List’
About the Monash Undergraduate Prize for Creative Writing
Monash University in collaboration with the Emerging Writers’ Festival is proud to present the Monash Undergraduate Prize for Creative Writing, a prestigious prize for emerging literary voices.
Now in its eighth year, the Prize is a significant literary award for new and emerging writers. The prize is open to both Australian and New Zealand university students, enrolled in either an undergraduate or honours degree. All types of creative writing will be accepted, including short stories, non-fiction narrative and narrative verse.
The winning entry will be published in Verge, Monash University’s annual creative writing anthology, and Kill Your Darlings. In addition, the winning author(s) will have the option to work closely with Verge editors to create a second piece of work in the second half of 2019, to be published in the anthology. These additional pieces will be paid at Verge’s contributor rate of $250.
Monash has been the long-term education partner of the Emerging Writers’ Festival, and the Prize strengthens both parties’ commitment to providing learning and career development opportunities for emerging literary voices.