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Crocodile Prize founder says the aim is to foster creative talent

Crocodile Prize founder says the aim is to foster creative talent

Updated 18 August 2014, 11:13 AEST

The Crocodile Prize began in 2011 and has been a nurturing force for Papua New Guinea's writers.

Keith Jackson co-founded the prize and he told Liam Cochrane how it all began.

Reporter: Liam Cochrane, PNG Correspondent

Speaker: Keith Jackson, co-founder of the Crocodile Prize

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