Melissa Lucashenko’s Mullumbimby is a darkly funny novel of romantic love and cultural warfare from one of Australia’s most admired Indigenous voices.
Debra Adelaide’s short story collection Letter to George Clooney intricately maps both the sublime and the mundane landscape of ordinary lives, with her trademark dark wit and luminous intelligence.
Stella is counting down to Christmas with your perfect gift guide: the 12 diverse, thought-provoking and beautifully written books from the 2014 Stella Prize Longlist.
Christmas is just around the corner. As you make your gift-giving decisions this year, consider books by Australian women as your first choice.
The 2015 Stella Prize is now open for entries!
A schools event for Years 7–8 with Kirsty Murray, Myke Bartlett and Bec Kavanagh.
Clare Wright will deliver the 2014 Stella Lecture, On Forgetting, at the Melbourne Writers Festival.
A very special thank you to those who gave so generously to Stella’s recent end-of-financial-year appeal.
To make sure Stella is here to stay, we need financial support. Please donate today. It’s tax-deductible, and every dollar makes a difference.
Read full transcripts of speeches by Annabel Crabb, Kerryn Goldsworthy and Clare Wright at the 2014 Stella Prize Award Night.
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2014 Stella Prize is Clare Wright for The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka
The Stella Prize is pleased to announce the second-ever Stella Prize shortlist.