We’re thrilled to announce that the Stella Prize, in partnership with Kill Your Darlings, will be running an online Stella Prize Shortlist Book Club this year.
We’re delighted to introduce the three official 2014 Stella Prize Shadow Reading Groups.
After a hugely successful inaugural year, the Stella Prize is thrilled to announce the second-ever Stella Prize longlist.
The season of giving is almost here, and we’d love you to consider making a gift donation to the Stella Prize.
We’re all hanging out to see what will make the 2014 longlist, to be announced on 13 February.
In 2014 the Stella Prize will continue its year-round program of events, which this year included panels and sessions at all the major writers’ festivals, and a number of Stella Prize Lectures.
The Stella Prize, in conjunction with Books+Publishing, has compiled Australian statistics for 2012 showing how many books by men and women were reviewed in most of our major newspapers and literary magazines.
After a very successful first year, the Stella Prize opens for entries for 2014 on Monday 23 September 2013.
The Stella Prize has achieved a great deal in our first year, and we couldn’t have done any of it without our donors and supporters and the extraordinary goodwill we’ve received along the way.
Discover highlights and speeches from Helen Garner, Kerryn Goldsowthy, Aviva Tuffield and Carrie Tiffany at the inaugural Stella Prize Award Night.
We are delighted to announce that the first-ever winner of the Stella Prize is Carrie Tiffany for her novel Mateship with Birds.
On the evening of Tuesday, 16 April 2013, the inaugural winner of the Stella Prize will be announced.