Orion and Virago to revive writings of Nancy Spain

Orion and Virago to revive writings of Nancy Spain

The work of Nancy Spain, billed as "one of the most celebrated, amusing and controversial journalists, personalities and writers of the 1940s–'60s", is to be reissued by both Virago Modern Classics and Weidenfeld and Nicolson later this year.

Hoping to revive Spain's writing this winter, the two Hachette publishers will be making her books available for the first time in decades. A selection of her comic detective novels, starting with Death Goes on Skis, will be reissued as Virago Modern Classics, while W&N will publish Spain's memoirs Why I’m not a Millionaire and A Funny Thing Happened ...

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