"The Description of a New World, called The Blazing-World", written by Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, published in 1668, was one of the first utopian sience fiction novels written by a woman at that time.
By her work, her husband, William Cavendish, was inspired to write a poem in which he praises her creativity and imagination:
To The Duchesse of Newcastle, On Her New Blazing-World.
Our Elder World, with all their Skill and Arts, Could but divide the World into three Parts: Columbus, then for Navigation fam’d, Found a new World, America ‘tis nam’d; Now this new World was found, it was not made, Onely discovered, lying in Time’s shade.
Then what are You, having no Chaos found To make a World, or any such least ground? But your Creating Fancy, thought it fit To make your World of Nothing, but pure Wit. Your Blazing-World, beyond the Stars mounts higher, Enlightens all with a Cœlestial Fier.