Bruce Pascoe Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Awards, Nationality, Family, Books
Facts of Bruce Pascoe
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Bruce Pascoe, a Bunurongman, is an Australian writer, editor, and anthologist. Pascoe as a successful publisher has combined writing fiction and non-fiction with a career for 17 years. Altogether he has written 27 books including a loosely linked series of 5 novels. Further, during his writing journey, he has won numerous prizes ( The Prime ministers Young Adult Literature in 2013(Fog novel), NSW Premiers book of the year in 2016, the Australia Council Award of Lifetime Achievement in Literature in 2018. Besides all this Bruce also had worked as a teacher, farmer, fisherman, barman, lecturer, Aboriginal language researcher, archeological site worker, and book editor.
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Who is Bruce Pascoe? Bio,Nationality,Spouse
The indigenous writer was born in 1947, Richmond, Victoria. The 72 years old writer is of Bunurong, Yuin, and Tasmanian heritage. Further, the writer having Indigenous Australian nationality currently resides in East Gippsland, Victoria. He tied his knot with Lyn Harwood. Lyn being a supportive and loving wife had supported Pascoe in every situation of his life. They were blessed with 2 children soon after their marriage. No more information regarding Pascoe’s family and children is available.
However, talking about Pascoe’s education, he has graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Education.
Pascoe lifetime Achievements, Awards
The multi-talented Bruce has worked as in different sectors collecting various knowledge. But the only occupation that defines his identity in the whole world is a writer. Further in writing his main capability is on fiction, Poetry. Currently, Bruce is Director of Commonwealth Australian studies project where he is working to preserve the wathaurong language.
According to the information and source provides Bruce seems to be receiving his first prize in 1999. After writing 27 books including 5 novels he won the Fellowship of Australian Writers Literature Award. After that in 2013, he won the Prime minister’s award for a novel Fog. Similarly, Bruce won the NSW Premiers Book of the Year 2016 and the Australia Council Award of Lifetime Achievement in Literature in 2018. Further his stories published in 9 countries in 6 languages has won 10 national competitions. Pascoe was involved in writing and editing Australian short stories, a quarterly Journal of short fiction ( 1982 to 1998). Then after he involved in poetry and novels.
Bruce Pascoe’s include short story collections like; Night Animals (1986),the novels fox (1988),Ruby Eyed Coucal(1996),Ribcage(1999),Ocean (2002),convincing ground (2007)etc.His books have been published by Penguin, Transworld, Bruce sims Books, McPhee Gribble, Magabala Books, and Aboriginal Studies Press and Seaglass. Besides this, his most recent books are dark Emu, Black Seeds and Agriculture or Accident.