National Biography Awards

The National Biography Award is administered and presented by the State Library of NSW on behalf of the award's benefactors, Dr Geoffrey Cains and Mr Michael Crouch AO.The Award was established to encourage the highest standards of writing in the fields of biography and autobiography and to promote public interest in these genres.

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Tiberius with a Telephone: The Life and Stories of William McMahon
Tiberius with a Telephone: The Life and Stories of William McMahon
Tiberius with a Telephone: The Life and Stories of William McMahon
Book Winner, 2020
Nominees: Patrick Mullins
No Friend but the Mountains
Book - 2019 Winner, 2019
Nominees: Behrouz Boochani
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The Enigmatic Mr Deakin
The Enigmatic Mr Deakin
The Enigmatic Mr Deakin
Book Winner, 2018
Nominees: Judith Brett
Before Rupert
Before Rupert
Before Rupert
Book Winner, 2017
Nominees: Tom D. C. Roberts
Mannix
Mannix
Mannix
Book Winner, 2016
Nominees: Brenda Niall
The unsentimental bloke: the life and work of C J Dennis
The unsentimental bloke: the life and work of C J Dennis
The unsentimental bloke: the life and work of C J Dennis
Book Winner, 2015
Nominees: Philip Buttress
The ambitions of Jane Franklin
The ambitions of Jane Franklin
The ambitions of Jane Franklin
Book Winner, 2014
Nominees: Alison Alexander
The two Frank Thrings
The two Frank Thrings
The two Frank Thrings
Book Winner, 2013
Nominees: Peter Fitzpatrick
The many worlds of R H Matthews, in search of an Australian Antropologist
The many worlds of R H Matthews, in search of an Australian Antropologist
The many worlds of R H Matthews, in search of an Australian Antropologist
Book Winner, 2012
Nominees: Martin Thomas
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