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The Virginia Woolf Bulletin is issued free to members of the Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain. It provides a forum for all varieties of common readers, many of whom lack the opportunity to be heard. New books are reviewed without fear or favour and we inform our readers about various conferences, exhibitions and other public events of interest.

Issue nos 46–50, May 2014–September 2015
Issue nos 41–45, Sep 2012–Jan 2014
Issue nos 36–40, Jan 2011–May 2012
Issue nos 31–35, May 2009–Sep 2010
Issue nos 26–30, Sep 2007–Jan 2009
Issue nos 21–25, Jan 2006–May 2007
Issue nos 16–20, May 2004–Sep 2005
Issue nos 11–15, Sep 2002–Jan 2004
Issue nos 6–10, Jan 2001–May 2002
Issue nos 1–5, Jan 1999–Sep 2000

Individual copies of issues 2–11 and 13 onwards cost £5 each (£8 overseas), including (airmail) postage. This year’s Bulletins are not available individually until next year.

An index to issues 1–20 of the Virginia Woolf Bulletin is available: this is a 44-page index, running from 1999 to 2005. Also an index to issues 21–50, a 52-page index, running from 2006 to 2015. Authors of articles, titles of articles, and subjects of articles, etc., are all indexed, as are the illustrations. £3 each, including (airmail) p&p. (NB Index to issues 21–50 is available only to members until January 2016.)

Dark green Cordex binders, each to hold at least nine issues (i.e. three years) of the Virginia Woolf Bulletin. Within a gold rule (outline box) on the spine appear Virginia Woolf's signature and the word BULLETIN all in gold. Cordex binders have individual cords for each Bulletin. Cost: £6.50 each (£10.50 overseas), including (surface mail) p&p.

Cheques in sterling should be made payable to 'Virginia Woolf Society' and sent to:

Stuart N. Clarke
Chief Editor, Virginia Woolf Bulletin
Charnleys Lane
(email: stuart.n.clarke@btinternet.com)