The results of the first Stella Count Survey have been released.
The survey aims to make visible some of the systemic barriers to review coverage faced by women writers from different backgrounds.
Read reflections on the results from those involved in creating the survey.
As part of our blog series Pushback: Writers Respond to Bigotry, Hannah Donnelly unpacks the denial of colonialism in Australian culture and explores pathways to meaningful solidarity.
In partnership with the Digital Writers' Festival, the Stella Prize presents My Brilliant Bookclub, a chance to look more closely at Stella Miles Franklin's debut novel My Brilliant Career.
2015 Stella Count Survey consultative committee member Jasmeet Sahi discusses power, gender, and the ways in which what we write and how that writing is received are impacted by aspects of our identity.
‘I am living proof that a women-only prize can be career changing … Yes, a prize for women’s writing wouldn’t be necessary in an ideal world, but that isn’t the world we live in.’ – Kate Grenville