Clare Wright Wins Stella Prize For The Forgotten Rebels Of Eureka
Posted at 7:39AM Wednesday 30 Apr 2014
Melbourne historian and author Clare Wright's book, The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka, has won this year's $50,000 Stella prize for women's writing.
The book, which explores the lead-up to the famous Eureka stockade rebellion in the 1850s, offers a "rare combination of true scholarship with a warmly engaging narrative voice", judges said.
Why we should all ‘indulge’ in women’s writing (womensagenda.com.au)
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