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The Stella Prize 2021 Shortlist Spotlights the Best Books by Australian Women and Non-Binary Writers, Kate Evans , Claire Nichols , Sarah L'Estrange , single work column
'The shortlist for the 2021 Stella Prize brings together key strands of angst and anxiety from the past 12 months — pandemics, sexual violence and misogyny, race, the environment.' (Introduction)
Stella Prize Goes to British Australian Author Evie Wyld for The Bass Rock — A Gothic Tale of Women and Violence, Dee Jefferson , single work column
'British Australian author Evie Wyld has won the $50,000 Stella Prize for Australian women and non-binary writers for The Bass Rock, a gothic tale spanning 300 years and multiple generations of women.' (Introduction)
Clarice Beckett : Australian Artist's Place in Global Art History Cemented in Exhibition, Hannah Reich , single work column

'Imagine if shortly after Mark Rothko's death, someone who thought they knew better decided to destroy his iconic paintings. 

'When Australian artist Clarice Beckett died at 48 years of age in 1935, her father burnt a number of her paintings — works that the Art Gallery of South Australia's curator of Australian art Tracey Lock describes as "Rothko-like".' (Introduction)

Poet Ellen van Neervan Wins Book of the Year, Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry and Multicultural NSW Award at NSW Premier's Literary Awards, Dee Jefferson , single work column
'Young Mununjali Yugambeh author Ellen van Neerven pulled off a hat-trick at the NSW Premier's Literary Awards for their second poetry collection, Throat, at an online ceremony on Monday evening.' (Introduction)
Highs and Low of Country Life Take Centre Stage as 'Euphoria' Premieres in Regional South Australia, Anita Ward , single work column

'Ask any resident of a regional town what the best and worst thing about country life is, and you will likely receive the same answer: how everyone knows each other and how connected the community is to one another.'

Source : Introduction

Public Libraries About 'More than Just Books', Say South Australians Fearing Funding Cuts, Malcolm Sutton , single work column

"Why does anyone need a public library anymore?"

'The question was put to ABC Radio Adelaide this week after it was claimed the South Australian government was seeking to reduce its funding to council-run libraries in the upcoming budget.'

Source : Introduction

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