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Kristina Olsson Wins Kibble Literary Award For True Tale Of A Lost Child

Posted at 6:25AM Thursday 24 Jul 2014

Kristina Olsson and Kate Richards have won the 2014 Kibble awards for new and established female writers.

The Kibble and Dobbie literary awards are among Australia's most prestigious female literature prizes.

Olsson was awarded $30,000 as an established author for her book Boy, Lost: A Family Memoir by the Kibble Literary Award, and newcomer Richards won $5,000 for her debut Madness: A Memoir by the Dobbie Literary Award.

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