In her latest Stella Schools Blog guest post, writer and reviewer Danielle Binks discusses sex and taboos in YA. How far have we come since the release of Judy Blume’s Forever in 1975?
The ACT Secondary Schools Writing Prize-winning story, ‘7 letters, starts with F’ was published on the Noted website and the Canberra Times, and we’re thrilled to publish it, with permission, here.
Today is International Women’s Day, and we have some very exciting news!
In her third Stella Schools Blog guest post, writer and reviewer Danielle Binks suggests that rather than judging a book by a gendered or misogynistic cover, it is the publishing industry that should be standing trial.
The Stella Prize is partnering with Noted Festival to present the ACT Secondary Schools Writing Prize!
The Stella Prize Schools Program is launching in Western Australia with a panel discussion at the Perth Writers Festival Schools Day.
In her second Stella Schools Blog guest post about feminism and YA, Danielle Binks explains why the rise of dystopian fiction in both YA and adult fiction is not a passing fad.
Danielle Binks discusses gender-flipping in young adult literature and Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight.
The Stella Prize chats with Schools Ambassador Leanne Hall, the award-winning author of This is Shyness and Queen of the Night.
The Stella Prize chats to Nicole Hayes, the author of The Whole of My World, a writing teacher and a Stella Prize Schools Program ambassador.
The Stella Prize chats with Melissa Keil, the author of the Ampersand Prize winner Life in Outer Space and a Stella Prize Schools Program ambassador.
The Stella Prize chats with Sarah Ayoub, who is a journalist, a Stella Schools Program ambassador, and the author of Hate Is Such a Strong Word.