Interviews

Interview: Declan Fry – 2022 Stella Prize Judge

An interview with writer, poet, essayist, and 2022 Stella Prize Judge, Declan Fry.

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A Q&A with Melinda Harvey and Julieanne Lamond of the Stella Count

The Stella Count is an annual statistical analysis of gender bias in the field of book reviewing in Australia. In this Q&A, we asked the Count’s principal researchers Melinda Harvey and Julieanne Lamond to share some insights from behind-the-scenes.

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Carol Schwartz in conversation with Aviva Tuffield and Heather Rose

Hear Stella Founder and Patron, Carol Schwartz, in conversation with Stella co-founder and publisher Aviva Tuffield and Stella Prize winning author Heather Rose about women’s voices in Australian literature.

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Q&A with Stella’s Executive Director, Jaclyn Booton

Get to know Stella’s Executive Director, Jaclyn Booton.

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Interview: Meet the 2021 Stella Prize Judges

The 2021 Stella Prize judges (Zoya Patel (Chair), Jane Harrison, Elizabeth McCarthy, Ian See and Tamara Zimet) tell us what they’ve been reading.

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The Stella Interview: Charlotte Wood on The Weekend

Charlotte Wood on The Weekend, shortlisted for the 2020 Stella Prize.

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The Stella Interview: Tara June Winch on The Yield

Tara June Winch on The Yield, shortlisted for the 2020 Stella Prize.

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The Stella Interview: Josephine Rowe on Here Until August

Josephine Rowe on Here Until August: Stories, shortlisted for the 2020 Stella Prize.

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The Stella Interview: Favel Parrett on There Was Still Love

Favel Parrett on There Was Still Love, shortlisted for the 2020 Stella Prize.

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The Stella Interview: Caro Llewellyn on Diving Into Glass

Caro Llewellyn on Diving Into Glass, shortlisted for the 2020 Stella Prize.

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The Stella Interview: Jess Hill on See What You Made Me Do

In this special Stella interview Jess Hill shares some of her favourite Australian writers and what she’s working on next.

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Interview with Stella Schools Manager Lenny Robinson

“I really do believe that it is through literature that our vision is enlarged and our circle of empathy is expanded.”