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Thanks for the links, although I will note they're from 2011.

Since then, Carey published The Chemistry of Tears, which is one of the worst books I've ever read, and his latest seems to be on par with that, while Murnane has had one of the most productive and acclaimed periods of his literary life so far (although I'm biased, since I really like his work). As for Murray and Malouf, you probably know more about them then me, but I get the feeling if the SA wanted to award them, they would've done it already (although I remember people saying similar things about Munro).
Edited by redhead, Sep 19 2017, 08:32 PM.
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