Discover the latest Stella news, announcements, upcoming events, features, interviews and more.
An interview with Claudia Nankervis.
An interview with Gabriella Munoz, Stella’s new Communications & Administration Coordinator
An interview with award-winning writer and arts worker Cheryl Leavy.
Throughout the year a group of students from Melbourne Girls Grammar School (MGGS) get together once a week at lunchtime to read and reflect on a book longlisted for the Stella Prize.
An interview with writer, critic, Artistic Director of Canberra Writers Festival and 2024 Stella Prize Chair of Judges, Beejay Silcox.
It’s been a big year here at Stella. This year, we’ve worked with over 600 teens in four states across Australia through Girls Write Up in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Wodonga.
Newtown Review of Books is partnering with the Stella Prize to present a Reviewing Masterclass on 25 September 2016. If you’re an aspiring or emerging reviewer or blogger, this is a chance to develop and strengthen your skills.
Win a copy of Charlotte Wood‘s 2016 Stella Prize-winning novel, The Natural Way of Things, and more.
In the lead-up to Girls Write Up, we asked some of our speakers to look back on their teenage years and share a piece of advice that they wish they could give to their 16-year-old selves.
The Stella Prize chats to Schools Ambassador Steph Bowe, author of YA novels Girl Saves Boy and All This Could End.
At the 2016 Stella Prize Award Night at The Sydney Opera House, Charlotte Wood was the first to participate in a new Stella tradition.