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The 2020 Stella Prize Winner in Conversation

As part of our preventative measures to stem the spread of coronavirus COVID-19, this audience will now take place online only – without a physical audience. You'll find updated information here.

If you have tickets for this event, we’ll be in touch with you directly via email with further details on how to tune in, too.

Find out more about our response to COVID-19 here.

The Stella Prize was founded to elevate the writing of Australian women with an annual, $50,000 literary prize. Now in its eighth year, it’s become a fixture of Australia’s literary culture – driving book sales, sparking book clubs and boosting the careers of many fine local writers. 

In April, we'll host a conversation with Louise Swinn, chair of the 2020 Stella judging panel, and the winner of this year’s award. Together, they'll discuss the winning book, the evolution of our national writing culture, and the Stella Prize’s role within it.

Hill of Content will be our bookseller for this event.

Who?

Portrait of Louise Swinn

Louise Swinn

Louise Swinn is a writer, publisher, critic, literary event chair and the editor of Choice Words: A Collection of Writing About Abortion (Allen and Unwin, 2019). Her work appears regularly in the Age, the Australian and the Sydney Morning Herald. She was one of the founders of Sleepers Publishing, the Small Press Network and the Stella Prize.

How much?

This event has been cancelled.

Where?

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