The Adas: 2017 Judges

“It takes courage to write poems and stories and to expose them to the critical judgement of others.”  Elisabeth Grove, Ada Cambridge Biographical Prose judge We are pleased to announce the following judges for The Ada Cambridge writing prizes: Biographical Prose Nick Gadd is a novelist, essayist and blogger. He is the author of the […]

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Helen Cerne (Curiouser and Curiouser) –  Mini Review The audience was fascinated when Enza Gandolfo, who was chairing, encouraged Helen to show us her notebooks from over the years — full of clippings, drawings, pictures, words, reflections. The readings from her book Shifting (a joint autobiography comprising alternating chapters written by herself and her late […]

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  2015 The Ada Cambridge Biographical Prose Prize 2015 Winner The Journey Home Adam Deverell The Ada Cambridge Poetry Prize 2015  Winner Lodger Suzi Mezei The Young Adas Short Story Prize  2015  Winner  Tranquillo  Amelia Dunstone The Young Adas Graphic Short Story Prize 2015  Winner The Great Eggscape Anhkim Tran   2014  The Ada Cambridge Biographical […]

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Do you live, work or study in Melbourne’s vibrant western suburbs? If you live in one of the 58 postcodes listed below you are eligible to enter one of the four Ada Cambridge writing competitions: Brimbank: 3020, 3021, 3022, 3023, 3033, 3036, 3037, 3038 Hobsons Bay: 3015, 3016, 3018, 3025, 3028 Hume: 3036, 3043, 3045, […]

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