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Interviews

Jess Hill on #MeToo in Australia

We speak with 2020 Stella Prize-winning author Jess Hill about her new Quarterly Essay.

News

Announcing the 2022 Stella Prize Judges

Stella is thrilled to announce the 2022 Stella Prize Judges who, together, will award the 10th Stella Prize.

Events

Reading Climate: Indigenous literatures, school English and sustainable futures

Join Ellen van Neerven, Dr Tony Birch and Professor Kathryn Yusoff in this free online symposium in partnership with the Literary Education Lab

News

A legacy for literature: Paula McLean’s gift to Stella

Stella is thrilled to announce an extraordinary gift from leading Sydney philanthropist, Paula McLean, to the Stella Forever Fund

Interviews

Bernadette Brennan on the ‘enigmatic’ Gillian Mears

2018 Stella Prize-listed author, Bernadette Brennan, speaks about her new biography of the enigmatic Gillian Mears

News

Stella x Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature Office: Emerging Poets Mentorship

A special online mentorship for emerging poets to support them in developing an unpublished collection of poetry.

News

Stella Sector Consultation Summary

A reflection on the issues, impact, and learnings from Stella’s recent sector consultation process.

Events

NSW Writing Retreat with Rebecca Giggs: Voice in Narrative Nonfiction

Join Rebecca Giggs for a writing retreat in the Southern Highlands of NSW in 2022.

Features

Stellas on Stellas

In our first edition of Stellas on Stellas, we asked our 2021 longlist to reflect on a book they discovered through the Stella Prize.

Interviews

Interview: Melissa Lucashenko – 2022 Stella Prize Judge (Chair)

An interview with award-winning Bundjalung author and 2022 Stella Prize Chair of Judges, Melissa Lucashenko.

Schools

Evelyn Araluen on Writing Self Care

In her Digital Workshop for Stella, poet and editor Evelyn Araluen provides tools, tips, and advice for young people to integrate self care into their creative practice.

Features

Jessie Tu on writing, space, and new ways of seeing

Jessie Tu on her time at Springfield and the relationship between writing, the body, and space.