Virginia Woolf’s Only Play
Based on Woolf's own family, Freshwater was a tongue-in-cheek comedy full of inside jokes, written to entertain members of the Bloomsbury Group.
When Virginia Woolf Wore Blackface
In February 1910, Virginia Woolf, her brother, and some and friends pulled a prank known to history as the Dreadnought Hoax.
In Praise of Small Presses
Writers have long run their own small presses in order to publish voices that might otherwise stay silent.
“What a lark! What a plunge!”: Celebrating Mrs. Dalloway
Mrs. Dalloway was published on May 14, 1925. We look at the book 90+ years on.