Tag: Kristina Olsson
Cory Taylor’s Dying: A Memoir is shortlisted for the 2017 Stella Prize. It was written in the space of a few weeks before Cory’s death from cancer in July 2016. To honour her shortlisting and celebrate the book, Cory’s friend Kristina Olsson shares this reflection.
Join us for a celebration of Australian women’s writing and the fifth year of the Stella Prize, with long and shortlisted Stella Prize authors and judges, past and present.
Kristina Olsson’s Boy, Lost is the story of a family, the cascade of grief and guilt through generations, and the endurance of memory and faith.
Full transcripts of the fabulous speeches by Annabel Crabb, Kerryn Goldsworthy and Clare Wright
Watch the Stella + DWF videochat: Fiona McFarlane, Kristina Olsson, Alexis Wright and Clare Wright in conversation with Sophie Cunningham.
The Stella Prize chats with Kristina Olsson, author of Boy, Lost
The Stella Prize is thrilled to be teaming up with the Digital Writers’ Festival to present four of this year’s six shortlisted authors in a live videochat.
The Stella Prize is pleased to announce the second-ever Stella Prize shortlist.