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
Newly recruited Virago publishing director Anna Kelly has made her first acquisition for the imprint with Harvard student Becca Rothfeld’s debut essay collection All Things Are Too... Read more
Anna Kelly will join Virago and Little, Brown/Abacus as publishing director after six years at Fourth Estate.
Virago has acquired Deborah Frances-White's second book, Six Conversations We’re Scared to Have–from The Guilty Feminist.
Virago has acquired the debut novel by Sharma Taylor, What a Mother’s Love Don’t Teach You, at auction as part of a two-book deal. ... Read more
Virago will publish a collection of essays from "New York legend" Fran Lebowitz later this year.
Author Naomi Wolf has come under fire once again for her book Outrages (Virago), with her critics accusing her of depicting paedophiles as gay men acting consensually.... Read more
Virago has acquired Womb: The Inside Story of Where We All Began by Leah Hazard, to publish as its lead publication in spring 2023, following an eight-way... Read more
Virago is publishing the first novel in two decades from Gayl Jones, Palmares, set in 17th-century colonial Brazil on Portuguese plantations and in the last fugitive slave settlement.... Read more
The London Library's Emerging Writers Programme will run for a third year in 2021, including a new Virago Participation Bursary to support Black women and Black non-binary... Read more