Kate Mosse

Baileys Women's Fiction Prize: Another Landmark in Literary Sexism

Polly Courtney | Posted 04.08.2013 | UK Entertainment
Polly Courtney

Fiction is one of the few walks of life where gender doesn't matter. In the real world, we are judged on our looks, our voice, our stance. In board rooms we struggle to make ourselves heard. On construction sites we are ogled. Books are genderless products that can be enjoyed by men and women regardless of what chromosomes the author happens to have.

Matthew Tucker

INTERVIEW: Kate Mosse On Co-Founding The Women's Prize For Fiction

HuffingtonPost.com | Matthew Tucker | Posted 08.06.2013 | UK Entertainment

It's been a busy year for Kate Mosse, chair of the Women's Prize for Fiction, one of the biggest literature prizes in the world. Not only has the i...

Cherie Blair Helps Keep Women's Prize For Fiction Alive

PA/Huffington Post | Posted 08.12.2012 | Home

Cherie Blair has stepped in to help fund the Women's Prize for Fiction - previously the Orange Prize - while it looks for new sponsors. Organisers ...

Orange Prize for Fiction: Exciting and Important Opportunities Like This Do Not Come Around Very Often....

Baroness Lane Fox | Posted 22.07.2012 | Home
Baroness Lane Fox

In 2009 I was asked to be one of the Orange Prize for Fiction judges. I loved it. Although my boyfriend groaned every time I opened another book, I revelled in it.