National Biography Award
The winner of the National Biography Award receives $25,000 in prize money for a published work of biographical or autobiographical writing. Each of the shortlisted authors receive $1,000.
The National Biography Award was established in 1996 to encourage the highest standards of writing biography and autobiography and to promote public interest in these genres.
The award is administered and presented by the State Library of New South Wales on behalf of the award's benefactors, Dr Geoffrey Cains and Mr Michael Crouch AO.
Nominations for the 2013 National Biography Award are now closed.
Please contact Kate Butler, Senior Project Officer, Awards.