In the final instalment 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 the latest instalment of our blog series Pushback: Writers Respond to Bigotry, Stella Schools Ambassador Sarah Ayoub argues that our ability to see one another clearly is restricted by stereotypes – and that Australian young adult fiction is fighting back, providing more diverse stories for a new generation.
As part of our blog series Pushback: Writers Respond to Bigotry, Demet Divaroren argues that storytelling is an exploration of what makes us human, and that words have the capacity to shatter stereotypes.
Stella Schools Ambassador Rebecca Lim kicks off our new blog series Pushback: Writers Respond to Bigotry with a call for all Australians to resist radical ignorance.
To give an idea of how ‘exotic’ some of her childhood reading seemed, Stella Schools Ambassador Rebecca Lim re-imagines her favourite childhood heroine, Trixie Belden, as a Chinese migrant kid with traditional ‘tiger’ parents.
In this recap of our recent Melbourne Writers Festival schools event, Stories for Everyone, Stella Schools Ambassadors Leanne Hall and Rebecca Lim share their favourite diverse YA book recommendations.
For her fourth Stella Schools Blog guest post, writer and reviewer Danielle Binks speaks with YA authors about the representation of women characters in fantasy YA, and how they approach the issue in their own work.
Stella Schools Ambassador Randa Abdel-Fattah discusses her new YA novel, When Michael Met Mina.