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JANN MEDLICOTT ACORN PRIZE FOR FICTION

NOTHING TO SEE, by Pip Adam (Victoria University Press)

BUG WEEK, by Airini Beautrais (VUP)

REMOTE SYMPATHY, by Catherine Chidgey (VUP)

SPRIGS, by Brannavan Gnanalingam (Lawrence & Gibson)

VICTORY PARK, by Rachel Kerr (MākaroPress)

THE SWIMMERS,

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