With the sixth annual Stella Count released, author Susan Johnson examines why gender bias in book reviewing matters, and how the Stella Prize and its offshoot the Stella Count have changed Australia’s literary landscape.
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2015 Stella Count Survey consultative committee member Jasmeet Sahi discusses power, gender, and the ways in which what we write and how that writing is received are impacted by aspects of our identity.
The 2017 Stella Prize is now open for entries, and the latest Stella Count has been released.
The Stella Prize and Writers Victoria invite members of the writing community to contribute to the upcoming Stella Diversity Survey at this open forum discussion.
The 2014 Stella Count reveals new information about the ways author and reviewer gender, book genre and review size affect book reviews in Australian publications. Stella Prize Manager Veronica Sullivan reflects on the process of changing the status quo.
The 2016 Stella Prize is now open for entries! The $50,000 prize will be presented for the best work of literature, fiction or non-fiction, published in 2015 by an Australian woman.
The Stella Prize is looking for a Melbourne-based volunteer to assist with the completion of the 2014 Stella Count, helping to compile data on gender representation in each of the major newspapers and review publications.