The Women’s Prize for Non-Fiction has revealed the longlist for its inaugural award.

The new literary prize, “open to all women writers from across the globe who are published in the UK and writing in English,” was first announced last year. It’s a counterpart to the Women’s Prize for Fiction, which has been awarded annually since 1996.

Naomi Klein made the longlist for her bestselling memoir, Doppelganger, which is also a finalist for this year’s National Book Critics Circle Award. Safiya Sinclair’s How To Say Babylon, a finalist for last year’s Kirkus Prize, was longlisted for the award, as was Tiya Miles’ National Book Award–winning All That She Carried.

Patricia Evangelista’s Some People Need Killing was nominated for the award, along with Laura Cumming’s Thunderclap, Alice Albinia’s The Britannias, Madhumita Murgia’s Code-Dependent, Grace Blakeley’s Vulture Capitalism, Anna Funder’s Wifedom, Sarah Ogilvie’s The Dictionary People, and Cat Bohannon’s Eve.

Also making the longlist were Lucy Jones’ Matrescence, Leah Redmond Chang’s Young Queens, Marianne Brooker’s Intervals, Joya Chatterji’s Shadows at Noon, and Noreen Masud’s A Flat Place.

The shortlist for the prize will be revealed on March 27, with the winner announced on June 13.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.