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Australian 'Orange prize' to promote women writers' status

Posted at 7:52AM Thursday 05 May 2011

A group of Australian women writers and publishers are working to set up an equivalent of the Orange prize in their country, to combat what they describe as "the systemic exclusion of women writers over several decades" from the country's major literary awards.

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