It was a lovely evening at the State Library of Western Australia for the Premier’s Book Awards on Wednesday night – I even wore a dress!

I was absolutely thrilled to have been shortlisted for the $60,000 Western Australian Writer’s Fellowship. Though I didn’t win (congrats to Sisonke Msimang who did) it was encouraging to discover that I made the shortlist of 5 out of 130 applications. I can’t complain about that! I was pretty chuffed to see that my books got a special shortlist sticker too!

Here’s some photos from the night below. The photo of the award ceremony above is courtesy of the State Library of WA.

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Amanda Bridgeman

About Amanda Bridgeman

Amanda is an award-winning novelist and screenwriter. She is author of several novels, including THE SUBJUGATE which is being developed for TV by Anonymous Content and Aquarius Films, and PANDEMIC: PATIENT ZERO which is the first novel based on the award-winning board game, Pandemic. She is also a two-time feature film pitch finalist for Universal (AU) and AACTA/Screenworks.

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