Woolfians near Manhattan have an advantage tomorrow. They can attend a book launch celebrating the Paris Press 10th anniversary edition of Virginia Woolf’s On Being Ill that includes Notes from Sick Rooms by her mother, Julia Stephen.
It marks the first book publication of Woolf and her mother.
The event will feature readings by Rita Charon (physician and Director of the Program in Narrative Medicine), Mark Hussey (Pace University and acclaimed Virginia Woolf scholar), Judith Kelman (Director of Visible Ink Writing Program, Memorial Sloan Kettering), and Elizabeth Lorde-Rollins (physician and poet).
Held at Case Lounge, JG Hall, Columbia Law School, the event is free and open to the public.
Read a review of the book in Publisher’s Weekly.
- Virginia Woolf on Words (ojrakreloaded.wordpress.com)