Mark & Evette Moran Nib Literary Award Judge EOI

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Waverley Council invites experienced and emerging writers, academics, literary critics, and publishing industry professionals to submit an Expression Of Interest (EOI) to join the Mark & Evette Moran Nib Literary Award Judging Panel for a two-year tenure (May 2021 – November 2022).

The incoming judge will join the established judging panel to distinguish which of the year’s incoming nominations best meet the Nib Award specific criteria.

The Mark & Evette Moran Nib Literary Award is Waverley Council’s annual celebration of the best in Australian research and writing. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Nib is excited to present a total prize offering of $28,500.

For more information including details of Judges’ honorarium please see the complete EOI document, also available at waverley.nsw.gov.au/nib.

Closing Date 3 May 2021

The application process

Expressions of interest are to be submitted via the online form below.

Applications will first be assessed by Council staff and a shortlist presented to the Nib Advisory Group.
The successful applicant will be contacted no later than 24 May 2021.


Diversity and inclusion Waverley Council encourages and promotes an open, tolerant, and inclusive community where everyone thrives and has an opportunity to be heard. Waverley Council is committed to providing equal employment opportunities and we encourage applications from people from diverse groups, including, but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people; people from culturally diverse backgrounds; young people; older workers; people with disabilities; LGBTIQ people; and other under-represented groups


For enquiries or further information, please email nibaward@waverley.nsw.gov.au

Waverley Council invites experienced and emerging writers, academics, literary critics, and publishing industry professionals to submit an Expression Of Interest (EOI) to join the Mark & Evette Moran Nib Literary Award Judging Panel for a two-year tenure (May 2021 – November 2022).

The incoming judge will join the established judging panel to distinguish which of the year’s incoming nominations best meet the Nib Award specific criteria.

The Mark & Evette Moran Nib Literary Award is Waverley Council’s annual celebration of the best in Australian research and writing. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Nib is excited to present a total prize offering of $28,500.

For more information including details of Judges’ honorarium please see the complete EOI document, also available at waverley.nsw.gov.au/nib.

Closing Date 3 May 2021

The application process

Expressions of interest are to be submitted via the online form below.

Applications will first be assessed by Council staff and a shortlist presented to the Nib Advisory Group.
The successful applicant will be contacted no later than 24 May 2021.


Diversity and inclusion Waverley Council encourages and promotes an open, tolerant, and inclusive community where everyone thrives and has an opportunity to be heard. Waverley Council is committed to providing equal employment opportunities and we encourage applications from people from diverse groups, including, but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people; people from culturally diverse backgrounds; young people; older workers; people with disabilities; LGBTIQ people; and other under-represented groups


For enquiries or further information, please email nibaward@waverley.nsw.gov.au

  • Waverley Council invites experienced and emerging writers, academics, literary critics, and publishing industry professionals to submit an Expression Of Interest (EOI) to join the Mark & Evette Moran Nib Literary Award Judging Panel for a two-year tenure (May 2021 – November 2022).

    The incoming judge will join the established judging panel to distinguish which of the year’s incoming nominations best meet the Nib Award specific criteria. 

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