There are some men who, upon learning that I have been involved in two feminist books, like to say to me that women are: “More... Read more
Virago has pre-empted an "astounding" memoir by Syrian activist Loubna Mrie, who took on the Assad regime and her own abusive father.
Virago is publishing Eliot Among the Women by TS Eliot biographer Lyndall Gordon, a book exploring the impact of the women in Eliot's life on... Read more
Virago has acquired pop culture critic and author Amy Raphael’s book, A Seat at the Table, seeking to address gender imbalance at all levels of... Read more
Salt will publish Virago’s former director Ursula Owen's "deeply engaging" memoir Single Journey Only.
Virago has acquired two new novels from Megan Abbott, the author behind Dare Me and You Will Know Me (Picador), including a thriller about female ambition.... Read more
Virago is publishing a book on equality in the workplace from journalist Carrie Gracie, one of the number of high-profile BBC women who challenged the national broadcaster over equal pay.... Read more
Virago has re-launched its podcast, a monthly celebration of books, reading, writing and women’s voices, featuring selected writers from its stable.
Penguin Random House, Virago, 4th Estate and the team behind The Women’s Prize have all made significant book donations to The Feminist Library to celebrate... Read more
Virago is publishing The Incendiaries by R O Kwon, a book about a couple, one of whom is drawn into a secretive cult tied to North Korea.... Read more