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Now and Then: Celebrating Ten Years of Stella

On Thursday 7 October, join Stella for this special online event, taking us back where it all started.

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Watch the 2021 Stella Prize Award Night broadcast

Watch (or re-watch!) an hour of storytelling and ideas to mark the announcement of the 2021 Stella Prize. Hosted by stage and screen icon Noni Hazlehurst.

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Watch the 2020 Stella Prize Award Night broadcast

Catch up on the 2020 Stella Prize Award Night broadcast, hosted by Patricia Karvelas.

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Write Up Melbourne 2020

To be held at Melbourne Museum on Wednesday 25 March, Write Up Melbourne will feature presentations, panels and hands-on workshops by a range of inspiring writers.

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Join us for the 2021 Stella Prize Award Night

Bookings are now open for the 2021 Stella Prize Award Night: An evening of storytelling and ideas.

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Catch up on the 2021 Stella Prize Longlist broadcast

Catch up on our 2021 Stella Prize Longlist broadcast here to learn more about each of the twelve books.

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2019 Girls Write Up – Wodonga

Girls Write Up is for anyone who has felt limited by gender and wants to understand how language can be used to liberate and empower. It is an inclusive event open to all teens.

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Tune in for the 2021 Stella Prize Longlist Announcement

Mark your calendars! The 2021 Stella Prize Longlist will be announced online in March.

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Stella Prize Longlist Party

Tickets are now on sale for the 2020 Stella Prize Longlist Party!

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Save the Date: 2020 Stella Prize Longlist Party

Mark your calendars! The 2020 Stella Prize Longlist Party will be held at the beautiful Melba Spiegeltent in Melbourne on Thursday 6 February at 6pm.

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2019 Stella Prize Longlist Party

Join us for a celebration of women’s writing, as we reflect on the stories and women that inspire and shape our world and announce the longlist of the 2019 Stella Prize.

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12/6/18: Alexis Wright and Evelyn Araluen @ QVWC

Join 2018 Stella Prize winner Alexis Wright and writer and researcher Evelyn Araluen for a special conversation about the process of recording and crafting history that is both intimate and national.