Writers from different generations and communities share their experiences as both givers and recipients of the support, advice and wisdom shaping their craft and creativity. Chaired by Abigail Ulman, and featuring Hannah Kent, Sandra Phillips and the 2017 Stella Prize winner, Heather Rose.
Tag: Sydney Writers’ Festival
It’s hard to believe that award-winning authors J.C. Burke, Amie Kaufman and Mariko Tamaki still have to battle stereotypes in their books and their careers. Join these authors as they look at the future of women in YA literature.
Join Aviva Tuffield and Emily Maguire for a discussion about the significance and impact of the Stella Prize.
The Stella Prize presents a discussion celebrating the impact and legacy of women’s voices, and looks at the current state of women’s writing in Australia.
Kate Grenville and Ceridwen Dovey join Aviva Tuffield and 2015 Stella Prize winner Emily Bitto to discuss the expectations that confront female writers of both fiction and non-fiction, and the role prizes can play in either reinforcing or helping break down gender and genre stereotypes.
2014 Stella Prize winner, Clare Wright, will deliver a lecture entitled On Forgetting at this year’s Sydney Writers’ Festival
Man Booker Prize winner Eleanor Catton, writer and 2014 Stella Prize judge Tony Birch, and the newly awarded 2014 Stella Prize winner discuss how we value women’s contributions to literature with Aviva Tuffield.