Tag: Maxine Beneba Clarke
Maxine Beneba Clarke is shortlisted for the 2017 Stella Prize for her memoir The Hate Race. In this special Stella interview, Maxine shares some thoughts about the process of memoir-writing, the pull of the poetic form, and what it’s really like to write while female.
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.
On the first day of Christmas my bookish baby sent to me…
Foreign Soil by Maxine Beneba Clarke!
The new Stella video features Clare Wright, Emily Bitto, Maxine Beneba Clarke, Sofie Laguna, and Aviva Tuffield.
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.
The Stella Prize chats with Maxine Beneba Clarke, author of Foreign Soil
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 Foreign Soil by Maxine Beneba Clarke.
Watch and listen to video readings by 9 of the authors on the 2015 Stella Prize longlist.
How does a writer’s gender affect critical and popular responses to their work? Three of Australia’s boldest and most engaging authors discuss the ways we approach works by male and female writers at this Perth Writers Festival event.