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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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Every day Blogging Woolf monitors Google and Twitter for references to Virginia Woolf on the Web. Here are some recent sightings shared via the blog’s Facebook page: A book list full of treats for Woolf hunters. https://bloggingwoolf.wordpress.com/2017/08/25/a-book-list-full-of-treats-for-woolf-hunters/ Who Killed Mrs. Ramsay by Maggie Humm is on the Impress Prize for New Writers​ short list. Follow […]

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This round of Woolf sightings includes the sightings (16-19) of a live Woolf, Emma Woolf, the daughter of Leonard and Virginia’s nephew, Cecil Woolf and author Jean Moorcroft Wilson. Her book, The Ministry of Thin: How the Pursuit of Perfection Got Out of Control, was published June 3. She is also the author of An Apple A Day: A Memoir of Love and […]

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Originally posted on dianajhale:
Retracing London’s Drovers’ Roads by Howard Miller and Rowena Hay I have a book called Drovers’ Roads of Wales by Fay Godwin and Shirley Toulson published in 1977, which has always fascinated me. “Through the heart of Wales run innumerable centuries-old tracks — many still traceable and open. They are the Drovers’…

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Alice Lowe, a regular contributor to Blogging Woolf, blends her life stories, food and Virginia Woolf in her writing. Read her latest creation, “Leftovers on Lettuce: ABCs of a Life in Food,” an essay published Feb. 24 in Middlebrow Magazine. Lowe describes the British journal as playing on “Woolf’s snooty but tongue-in-cheek essay in which she […]

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