International Women's Day 2018
Thursday 8 March
This International Women's Day, as we celebrate 100 years of women’s right to vote in Britain, we bring together our selection of 100 books which represent the wealth and diversity of women’s writing throughout history. Historians, novelists, thinkers, activists, campaigners, scientists and politicians; pioneering women of the past, inspirational voices of the future.
Votes for Women! As we celebrate the centenary, our recommended reading on the campaign for women's suffrage in Britain.
The changing face of women's rights: some of the greatest feminist non-fiction writing from Mary Wollstonecraft to Laura Bates.
Ground-breaking feminist literature from world-renowned favourites to contemporary classics.
Without a vote, not without a voice: classic literature.
Our selection of some of the finest modern classics, boldly realised worlds from the magic of Manderley to Brick Lane.
Future pioneers: contemporary writers changing the face of women's fiction today.
Reinterpreting and redefining: women who change how we understand the world.
Re-imagining and reinventing: women who change how we see and experience the world.
Her story: inspiring and extraordinary women's lives.
Some of our best-loved and newly-discovered children's writers, opening doors in children's imaginations.
Gifts for Rebel Girls