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Dal Stivens (31 December 1911 – 16 June 1997) was an Australian writer. After serving in the army during the war, from 1944 to 1949, Stivens was on the staff of the Australian Department of Information. He served in the press office at Australia House in London until 1950. He was Foundation President of the Australian Society of Authors, in 1963 and was involved in the creation of the Public Lending Right in 1975. He was also a keen amateur naturalist. From 1974 he painted a substantial amount of his time.

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  • Dal Stivens (* 31. Dezember 1911 in Blayney, Blayney Shire, New South Wales; † 15. Juni 1997 in Sydney) war ein australischer Schriftsteller. Stivens war von 1945 bis zu seiner Scheidung 1977 mit Winifred Wright verheiratet, die beiden hatten zwei Kinder. Stivens Roman A horse of air schildert die mystische Suche nach einem seltenen Vogel. 1970 wurde der Roman mit dem Miles Franklin Award ausgezeichnet.
  • Dal Stivens (31 December 1911 – 16 June 1997) was an Australian writer. After serving in the army during the war, from 1944 to 1949, Stivens was on the staff of the Australian Department of Information. He served in the press office at Australia House in London until 1950. He was Foundation President of the Australian Society of Authors, in 1963 and was involved in the creation of the Public Lending Right in 1975. He was also a keen amateur naturalist. From 1974 he painted a substantial amount of his time.
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  • Dal Stivens (* 31. Dezember 1911 in Blayney, Blayney Shire, New South Wales; † 15. Juni 1997 in Sydney) war ein australischer Schriftsteller. Stivens war von 1945 bis zu seiner Scheidung 1977 mit Winifred Wright verheiratet, die beiden hatten zwei Kinder. Stivens Roman A horse of air schildert die mystische Suche nach einem seltenen Vogel. 1970 wurde der Roman mit dem Miles Franklin Award ausgezeichnet.
  • Dal Stivens (31 December 1911 – 16 June 1997) was an Australian writer. After serving in the army during the war, from 1944 to 1949, Stivens was on the staff of the Australian Department of Information. He served in the press office at Australia House in London until 1950. He was Foundation President of the Australian Society of Authors, in 1963 and was involved in the creation of the Public Lending Right in 1975. He was also a keen amateur naturalist. From 1974 he painted a substantial amount of his time. Stivens won the Miles Franklin Award for best Australian novel in 1970 for A Horse of Air and was winner of the Patrick White Award for 1981 for the contribution of his novels Jimmy Brockett and A Horse of Air, and his short stories. In 1994, he was honoured with a Special Achievement Award in the NSW Premier's Literary Awards. Dal also wrote under the pseudonyms Jack Tarrant, John Sidney, Sam Johnson and L'Arva Street. Dal died in Sydney on 15 June 1997 after many years of domesticity in Lindfield, NSW, with Juanita Cragen, to whom he left his literary estate. On her death in 2007, Juanita left the estate to the Australian Society of Authors as the Dal Stivens Bequest.
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