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Interviews

Take a look at some of the amazing people that have crossed our paths and find out what makes them who they are.

Interview – Leanne Hall

Interview: Leanne Hall – Stella Schools The Stella Prize chats with Schools Ambassador Leanne Hall, the award-winning author of This is Shyness and Queen …

Interview – Erin Gough

Stella Schools Interview: Erin Gough The Stella Prize interviews Erin Gough, the Ampersand Prize winning author of The Flywheel and a Stella Prize Schools Program ambassador. …

Stella Schools Interview: Randa Abdel-Fattah The Stella Prize chats with Randa Abdel-Fattah, human rights activist, award-winning author of young adult novels, including Does My Head …

Interview – Sarah Ayoub

Stella Schools Interview: Sarah Ayoub The Stella Prize speaks to Sarah Ayoub, a journalist, Stella Schools Program ambassador, and the author of Hate …

Interview – Nicole Hayes

Stella Schools Interview: Nicole Hayes The Stella Prize chats to Nicole Hayes, author of The Whole of My World, writing teacher and …

Interview: Steph Bowe– Stella Schools  The Stella Prize chats to Schools Ambassador Steph Bowe, author of YA novels, Girl Saves Boy and …

Stella Schools Interview: Zoya Patel  The Stella Prize chats with Schools Ambassador Zoya Patel, the founder/editor of online feminist journal Feminartsy, and the …

Interview – Melissa Keil

Stella Schools Interview: Melissa Keil The Stella Prize chats with Melissa Keil, the author of the Ampersand Prize winner Life in Outer Space and …

Interview – Eleanor Jackson

Interview: Eleanor Jackson – 2024 Stella Prize Judge An interview with award-winning author, editor, radio host and arts worker Eleanor Jackson. What excites …

Interview – Anna Reynolds

Interview: Anna Reynolds – Stella Ambassador Stella spoke with the Lord Mayor of Hobart, Councillor Anna Reynolds, who recently joined Stella as …

Interview – Tanya Hosch

Interview: Tanya Hosch – Stella Ambassador Stella welcomes Tanya Hosch, Executive Manager of Inclusion and Social Policy at the Australian Football League, …

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