Margaret Hazzard (Ivy Margaret Hazzard) 1910 – 19 January 1987 was an Australian author born in Hertfordshire, England.
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Hazzard immigrated to Melbourne, Australia in 1960and established a career as a freelance writer, publishing in The Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian Women's Weekly. She also worked as a teacher, taking short courses in writing fiction and biography at the Centre of Adult Education (CAE) in Melbourne.
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In 1970 Hazzard founded the Victorian Branch of the Society of Women Writers and was elected chair from 1970-74. The Society established the biennial Margaret Hazzard Award in 1980 in recognition of her contribution.
Hazzard moved to Norfolk Island in 1974where she began her "most prolific writing period".
Hazzard died in 1987 and is buried at Mount Macedon, Victoria.
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