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Happy birthday to Cecil Woolf, nephew of Leonard and Virginia Woolf and the dearest of friends, who is 90 today — and still runs Cecil Woolf Publishers, a small London publishing house in the tradition of the Woolfs’ Hogarth Press. As the oldest living relative of Virginia and Leonard, Cecil attends annual Woolf conferences as often […]

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Wednesday 9 January [1924] At this very moment, or fifteen minutes ago to be precise, I bought the ten years lease of 52 Tavistock Sqre London W.C. 1—I like writing Tavistock. Subject of course to the lease, & to Providence, & to the unforeseen vagaries on the part of old Mrs Simons, the house is […]

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Happy 91st birthday to Cecil Woolf, author, publisher, conference attendee and speaker, Bloomsbury walker, party giver, plaque unveiler, and the oldest living relative of Virginia and Leonard Woolf. We wish we could be with you to celebrate today. Instead, dear man, we toast you from near and far. You can read more about him in […]

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Reina del Cid’s song “Woolf” on album Rerun City was inspired by Virginia’s A Room of One’s Own. http://www.citypages.com/music/how-a-netflix-x-files-binge-inspired-reina-del-cids-new-album/462770533 Artist focuses his altered book pieces on Virginia Woolf novels and pairs each with a water source at upcoming Pennsylvania College of Technology exhibit. http://news.psu.edu/story/497660/2017/12/11/arts-and-entertainment/books-art-decorate-penn-college-library-gallery Decor of female-only club inspired by Bloomsbury Group and Virginia Woolf’s […]

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In a Nov. 21 letter to The Guardian, Richard Shone wrote that Jeremy Hutchinson was the last surviving person to have known Virginia Woolf. He was wrong, as Blogging Woolf noted on Facebook. And Cecil Woolf has set him straight. In his Nov. 26 letter to that same publication Cecil, nephew of Leonard and Virginia, wrote: […]

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