There are reasons many female writers chose to publish under male pseudonyms. Republishing their books under their female names denies them agency.
Novelist Emily Bernhard Jackson has identified an important gap in contemporary crime fiction: middle-aged women detectives.
The history of children's books gives us very few really villainous female characters – and most of them are witches or evil queens.
A vivid and remarkable body of writing is emerging to highlight the human cost of the war in Syria.
During her lifetime, Zelda Fitzgerald's creativity and contribution to her husband's work were woefully undervalued. Two new films will tell her story.