The Orange Prize for Fiction is one of the UK's major literary prizes, going to what is judged to be the best work of fiction by a female writer. Not being from the UK myself, I hadn't realised that Orange was a telephone company, rather than just a pleasantly citric name for a prize. I only worked this out when I came across the covers to Vintage Classics' six upcoming 'Orange Inheritance' books.
What they've done is to get 6 Orange winners from various times in the last 15 years to each choose a book to be published as a Vintage Classic, with a new intro from said Orange-winner. Here are the covers. I have two observations to make: the first is that all of these would be much better without the phone company logo on them (though several of them are very nice). The second is that isn't it uncannily lucky that five of the six writers just happened to choose books which were already published by Vintage Classics (and in the sixth case, chose a book in the public domain)?
Artists all as yet unknown.