Virago has signed lawyer Justine Cowan’s mix of family memoir and history of the Foundling Hospital – including the story of her own mother who... Read more
Virago has scooped a book on friendship from Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman, creators of hit podcast “Call Your Girlfriend”.
Virago will publish a graphic memoir by illustrator Eleanor Crewes on her journey towards coming out.
Virago has appointed Rose Tomaszewska from Quercus as senior commissioning editor, covering parental leave for Sarah Savitt.
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
The London branch of the Society of Young Publishers has launched a second mentoring initiative, SYPahead, aimed at those wanting to progress within the industry.... 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.
Virago has acquired a "hilarious and poignant" essay collection, I Might Regret This, about love, loss and "figuring out who you really are when you thought you already knew" from... Read more
Virago is publishing an intimate exploration of miscarriage, mixing memoir with stories from the consulting room, history and science, by British psychotherapist Julia Bueno.... Read more