Stella Prize

The Stella Prize is a major literary award celebrating Australian women’s writing, and championing diversity and cultural change.The prize is named after one of Australia’s iconic female authors, Stella Maria Sarah ‘Miles’ Franklin, and was awarded for the first time in 2013. Both nonfiction and fiction books by Australian women are eligible for entry.

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An isolated incident
An isolated incident
An isolated incident
Book Shortlist, 2017
Nominees: Emily Maguire
Between A Wolf and A Dog
Book - 2016 Shortlist, 2017
Nominees: Georgia Blain
FIC BLAIN 2016
Available in some locations
Dying
Book - 2017 Shortlist, 2017
Nominees: Cory Taylor
128.5 T2129T 2017
Available in some locations
The hate race: a memoir
The hate race: a memoir
The hate race: a memoir
Book Shortlist, 2017
Nominees: Maxine Beneda Clarke
A Few Days in the Country and Other Stories
Book - 2015 Shortlist, 2016
Nominees: Elizabeth Harrower
FIC HARROWE 2015
Available in some locations
Hope Farm
Hope Farm
Hope Farm
Book Shortlist, 2016
Nominees: Peggy Frew
Six bedrooms
Six bedrooms
Six bedrooms
Book Shortlist, 2016
Nominees: Tegan Bennett Daylight
Small acts of disappearance: essays on hunger
Small acts of disappearance: essays on hunger
Small acts of disappearance: essays on hunger
Book Shortlist, 2016
Nominees: Fiona Wright
The Natural Way of Things
Book - 2016 Winner, 2016
Nominees: Charlotte Wood
FIC WOOD 2016
Available in some locations
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