The Virginia Woolf Daybook
Edited with an introduction by Stephen Barkway.
Limited edition of 400 copies. Two days per page; for each day there is a quotation from Virginia Woolf, with space beneath to record birthdays, anniversaries, etc. The book was compiled using submissions from members of the VWSGB. It has a hardback binding in dark blue with gold embossing and a photograph of Virginia Woolf. Inside are further illustrations.
£15 per copy, including (surface mail) p&p. Cheques should be made payable to Virginia Woolf Society (please mark the back of the cheque ‘Daybook’) and sent to: Stephen Barkway, 106 Gloucester Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey KT1 3QN, UK. To pay in US dollars, please email please email Prof. Lolly Ockerstrom.
Translations from the Russian
By Virginia Woolf and S. S. Koteliansky
Introduction by Laura Marcus, edited by Stuart N. Clarke. Limited edition of 300 copies.
This omnibus hardback edition consists of the three books translated by Virginia Woolf and S. S. Koteliansky that have never previously been reprinted in the UK:
- Stavrogin’s Confession and the Plan of the Life of a Great Sinner (Hogarth Press, October 1922, in an edition of 1,050 copies)
- Tolstoi’s Love Letters (Hogarth Press, May 1923, in an edition of fewer than 1,000 copies)
- Talks with Tolstoi (Hogarth Press, June 1923, in an edition of about 1,000 copies)
£20.00 per copy, including (surface mail) p&p. Cheques should be made payable to Virginia Woolf Society (please mark the back of the cheque ‘Translations from the Russian’) and sent to: Stuart N. Clarke, Fairhaven, Charnleys Lane, SOUTHPORT, PR9 8HJ, UK. To pay in US dollars, please email Prof. Lolly Ockerstrom.
These are large picture postcards, black on cream with Virginia Woolf's signature in purple, and are similar to the upper wrapper of Issue No. 17 of the Virginia Woolf Bulletin. Size = 172mm x 126mm.
A set of five costs £2.00 (£2.50 to overseas addresses), including (airmail) p&p. Please email Sarah M. Hall for details.
Annual Virginia Woolf Birthday Lectures
1. Wave, Atom, Dinosaur: Woolf's Science (2000) by Gillian Beer
2. 'This Moment I Stand On': Woolf and the Spaces in Time (2001) by Julia Briggs
3. Virginia Woolf, Photography and Modernism (2002) by Maggie Humm
4. Winking, Buzzing, Carpet-beating: Reading Jacob's Room (2003) by David Bradshaw
5. 'The True Nature of Woman' from Wollstonecraft to Woolf (2004) by Lyndall Gordon
6. 'The Exhibition Is in Ruins': Virginia Woolf and Empire (2005) by Anna Snaith
7. The Child of Two Atheists: Virginia Woolf's Humanism (2006) by Sybil Oldfield
8. Composing Oneself: Virginia Woolf's Diaries and Memories (2007) by Alison Light
9. Leslie Stephen: A Nineteenth-Century Legacy (2008) by Henrietta Garnett
10. Virginia Woolf and the Clergy (2009) by Jane de Gay
12. Virginia Woolf and Friends: The Influence of T. S. Eliot and Katherine Mansfield (2011) by Sue Roe
13. Virginia Woolf, Fame and Gloire (2012) by Michael Whitworth
14. Burns Night/Woolf Supper: Birthday Thoughts on Virginia Woolf and Scotland (2013) by Jane Goldman
£4.00 each (£5.00 to overseas addresses), including (airmail) p&p. Cheques in sterling should be made payable to 'Virginia Woolf Society' and sent to: Stuart N. Clarke, Fairhaven, Charnleys Lane, Banks, SOUTHPORT PR9 8HJ, UK. If you wish to order three or more Birthday Lectures, please email Stuart N. Clarke as there may be a discount.
Virginia Woolf Bulletin
For individual and back issues, please see Virginia Woolf Bulletin page of the website.
N.B. For payments in US$$, please contact Stuart N. Clarke