This is the second annual undergraduate essay competition in honor of Virginia Woolf and in memory of Angelica Garnett, writer, artist, and daughter of Woolf’s sister, Vanessa Bell.
Essays can be on any topic pertaining to the writings of Virginia Woolf and should be between 2,000 and 2,500 words in length, including notes and works cited, with an original title of the entrant’s choosing.
Essays will be judged by the officers of the International Virginia Woolf Society: Kristin Czarnecki, president; Ann Martin, vice-president; Alice Keane, secretary-treasurer; and Drew Shannon, historian-bibliographer. The winner will receive $200 and have the essay published in the subsequent issue of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany. Please send essays in the latest version of Word.
To receive an entry form, please contact Kristin Czarnecki at firstname.lastname@example.org.