Charlotte Wood


A powerful exploration of misogyny and corporate control has won the 2016 Stella Prize.


A dystopian tale of misogyny and abuse, and an exposition on motherhood, belonging and nostalgia have won two UNSW novelists a place on the 2016 Stella Prize longlist of the best writing by Australian women.


UNSW-affiliated writers have been shortlisted in the 2016 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards across both fiction and non-fiction categories.

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Animal People, a “24-hour urban love story” written by PhD candidate Charlotte Wood, has won the People’s Choice Award at this year’s NSW Premier’s Literary Awards.

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An historical account of double-entry bookkeeping and a novel exploring human-animal relationships have won two PhD students places on the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards shortlist.

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Animal People, a novel exploring human-animal relationships, has won PhD student and author, Charlotte Wood, a spot on the Miles Franklin Literary Award long-list.