At this free event in Melbourne, join Stella Prize winners Heather Rose and Emily Bitto for a conversation about art, fiction and the role of creativity in everyday life.
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Northcote High School’s Literary TalkFest is back! Come and join award-winning author and NHS parent, Clare Wright, talk with 2015 Stella Prize winner, Emily Bitto; Steven Carroll and Christos Tsiolkas on the theme of Writing Men.
The Stella Sparks campaign will officially launch on Tuesday 9 February at the Stella Sparks Launch Party in Melbourne!
On the second day of Christmas my bookish baby sent to me…
The Strays by Emily Bitto!
Stella is counting down to Christmas with your perfect gift guide: the 12 eclectic books from the 2015 Stella Prize Longlist reveal the wealth of talent and skill across a broad spectrum of authors, genres and styles in Australian women’s writing.
As part of Eltham Bookshop’s 10th Annual New Voices Festival, 2015 Stella Prize winner Emily Bitto and Stella shortlisted author Sofie Laguna will be in conversation with Veronica Sullivan.
The Stella Prize and CAE Book Groups present Emily Bitto in conversation with Melanie Joosten at Kew Library.
What do people mean when they talk about ‘women’s fiction’? What are the stereotypes, and are they true? Is it an inherently dismissive term, or should we embrace it?
There are many ways to tell stories about historical people and events. But what’s most effective: telling true stories or conveying genuine truths through fiction?
The new Stella video features Clare Wright, Emily Bitto, Maxine Beneba Clarke, Sofie Laguna, and Aviva Tuffield.
On Tuesday 21 April 2015, Emily Bitto’s debut novel The Strays was announced as the winner of the 2015 Stella Prize at an Award Night in Melbourne. Read speeches and see photos from the event.
Following the announcement of the 2015 Stella Prize, the Wheeler Centre will present a special event at the Clunes Booktown Festival.
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.
Southern Highlands Writers’ Festival invite you to Stella’s Book Club and afternoon tea. Ticket price includes a copy of the winning book, The Strays, a glass of champagne or tea and coffee, and some tasty sweet treats.
Read the full transcript of Emily Bitto’s beautiful acceptance speech upon winning the 2015 Stella Prize.
The Stella Prize is delighted to be partnering with the Emerging Writers’ Festival for a full day of events dedicated to #writingwhilefemale and celebrating women in writing.
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2015 Stella Prize is Emily Bitto for The Strays.
Southern Highlands Writers’ Festival is delighted to present the 2015 Stella Prize winner and Melbourne writer Emily Bitto in conversation about her remarkable debut novel The Strays.
Does a writer’s gender impact on their writing and how does it affect responses to their work? Emily Bitto, winner of the 2015 Stella Prize for The Strays, along with shortlisted author Maxine Beneba Clarke (Foreign Soil), will discuss the ways we approach works by male and female writers with Veronica Sullivan, Stella Prize Manager.
Following the announcement of the 2015 Stella Prize on 21 April, judges Caroline Baum and Melissa Lucashenko will speak with this year’s winner — as well as other shortlisted authors — in celebration of the best of Australian women’s writing.
The Stella Prize chats with Emily Bitto, author of The Strays
The Stella Prize is delighted to announce the six extraordinary books on the 2015 Stella Prize shortlist.
Each weekday between now and the announcement of the 2015 Stella Prize shortlist on March 12, we’ll be turning the Stella spotlight on a different longlisted author and their book. Today’s book is The Strays by Emily Bitto.
Watch and listen to video readings by 9 of the authors on the 2015 Stella Prize longlist.