Evie Wyld Wins Miles Franklin With 'Compelling' All The Birds, Singing
Posted at 8:14AM Friday 27 Jun 2014
British novelist Evie Wyld has won the 2014 Miles Franklin literary award for her novel, All the Birds, Singing.
Wyld's win, announced at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art on Thursday night, saw her book win out over a "stellar" shortlist that included acclaimed Australian novelist Tim Winton.
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