• Feminist Classics


    As the film Suffragette brings the cause to the big screen Rosanna Boscawen selects some of the books that have championed feminism and challenged the world.


  • Alison Weir

    Alison Weir

    Just before the publication of her latest book Alison Weir tells us about the painting that she keeps returning to after 20 years.


  • Winterson on Shakespeare

    Why Shakespeare doesn't date

    In anticipation of the launch of the Hogarth Shakespeare project, Jeanette Winterson writes about the enduring appeal of Shakespeare.


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  • Huge congratulations to Tom McCarthy, Richard Beard and Adam Thirlwell who make up half of the shortlist for this year's Goldsmiths Prize. Click here for more info.

    Congratulations to the two VINTAGE authors on the Man Booker shortlist: Tom McCarthy (Satin Island) and Anne Tyler (A Spool of Blue Thread). The winner will be announced on October 13th

  • Massive congratulations to Bethan Roberts, who was recently named as one of winners of this year's Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize for her novel Mother Island.

    Congratulations to Michael Longley who was named as the International Winner of the Griffin Poetry Prize 2015. You can find out more about the prize by following this link.

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