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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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
To begin to know: walking in the shadows of my father
To begin to know: walking in the shadows of my father
To begin to know: walking in the shadows of my father
Book Shortlist, 2015
Nominees: David Leser
A spy in the archives
A spy in the archives
A spy in the archives
Book Shortlist, 2014
Nominees: Sheila Fitzpatrick
Exit wounds: one Australian's war on terror
Exit wounds: one Australian's war on terror
Exit wounds: one Australian's war on terror
Book Shortlist, 2014
Nominees: John Cantewell and Greg Bearup
Kitty's war
Kitty's war
Kitty's war
Book Shortlist, 2014
Nominees: Janet Butler
On Warne
On Warne
On Warne
Book Shortlist, 2014
Nominees: Gideon Haigh
Stillways: a memoir
Stillways: a memoir
Stillways: a memoir
Book Shortlist, 2014
Nominees: Steve Bisley
The ambitions of Jane Franklin
The ambitions of Jane Franklin
The ambitions of Jane Franklin
Book Winner, 2014
Nominees: Alison Alexander
Gough Whitlam: his time
Gough Whitlam: his time
Gough Whitlam: his time
Book Shortlist, 2013
Nominees: Jenny Hocking
Montebello: a memoir
Montebello: a memoir
Montebello: a memoir
Book Shortlist, 2013
Nominees: Robert Drewe
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