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Jessie Tu on writing, space, and new ways of seeing

Jessie Tu on her time at Springfield and the relationship between writing, the body, and space.

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Stella’s Story

Dreams of the Stella Prize emerged in early 2011 out of a panel that was held at Readings, an independent Melbourne bookstore, on International Women’s Day.

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A Tribute to Elizabeth Harrower

A tribute to Elizabeth Harrower, from Susan Wyndham.

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Stella Stocking Stuffer from Mirandi Riwoe

As we get closer to the end of the year, Mirandi Riwoe is here with some Stella Stocking Stuffer ideas for those last-minute gifts!

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Stella Stocking Stuffer from Michelle Law

If you need more gift-giving inspiration, these recommendations from Michelle Law are sure to get you started!

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Stella Stocking Stuffer from Louise Swinn

You can use these suggestions from Louise Swinn to buy a gift for yourself or a loved one over the holidays.

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Tilting Away From The Male: Susan Johnson on the 2017 Stella Count

With the sixth annual Stella Count released, author Susan Johnson examines why gender bias in book reviewing matters.

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A Tribute to Cory Taylor and Dying: A Memoir

Cory Taylor’s Dying: A Memoir is shortlisted for the 2017 Stella Prize. It was written in the space of a few weeks before Cory’s death from cancer in July 2016. Cory’s friend Kristina Olsson shares this reflection.

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Good Asian / Bad Asian

Writer Shu-Ling Chua reflects on sex, rules, and respect in her response to the provocation No One Way To Be Asian in Australia.

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For Her

Emerging writer Sanna Wei responds to the provocation ‘No One Way To Be Asian In Australia’ with a story of family, love and hard choices.

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I’m Not Like You

Comics artist and illustrator Rachel Ang responds to the provocation “No One Way To Be Asian In Australia” with a comic about racism, relationships and awakenings.

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A Tribute to Georgia Blain and Between a Wolf and a Dog

To honour Georgia Blain’s shortlisting for Between a Wolf and a Dog, Georgia’s friend and fellow writer Tegan Bennet Daylight shares a reflection.