Virago has scooped an "eye-opening” memoir from broadcaster Sandi Toksvig, based around what she sees from the upper deck of a London bus.
Diana Athill’s publishers and agent pay tribute to the renowned memoirist and editor.
Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones, founder of the National Problem Gambling Clinic, is writing a book about addictions for Virago.
Virago chair Lennie Goodings has bought the as-yet-untitled fourth novel in Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead series.
This week's pictures round-up features Paddington Bear, Liz Earle, Jacqueline Wilson and the winners of the RNA's Awards.
Author Reni Eddo-Lodge and former Virago publisher Lennie Goodings are among the winners of Southbank Centre’s Women in Creative Industries Awards. ... Read more
Former Virago Press publisher Lennie Goodings is to write The Idealistic Publisher, a book about ideas, literature, feminism and business, for Oxford University Press.... Read more
Virago is publishing historical novelist Clare Clark’s new book, In the Full Light of the Sun, following the fortunes of three Berliners caught up in a devastating scandal... Read more
After 20 years as publisher at Virago, the “inspirational” Lennie Goodings will step back from the role, taking on a new position as Virago chair,... Read more
Virago has bought a new collection of essays from multi award-winning American novelist and essayist Marilynne Robinson called What Are We Doing Here? which asks "how America should... Read more