From one Woman on the Page to another, here Sarah Waters introduces Angela Carter’s iconic novel, Nights at the Circus. Fly this way to read of Fevvers…

An #onthepage exclusive! Read an extract from Lydia Davis’ first – and only – novel, with an introduction by her editor and friend, Simon Prosser.

“I embrace the label of bad feminist because I am human. I am messy. I’m not trying to be an example. I am not trying to be perfect. I am not trying to say I have all the answers. I am not trying to say I’m right. I am just trying – trying to support what I believe in.” Roxane Gay

Naomi Wolf, author of the iconic The Beauty Myth, introduces the new Vintage Feminism Short Edition, which distils the essence of this ground-breaking tract.

‘They relied on their faith in ideas and their belief that words matter.’ Charlotte Gordon, prize-winning poet and biographer, tells the Penguin Blog about the rule breakers that were Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley.