The Virginia Woolf Miscellany is generally published bi-annually (Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter).
The publication focuses on Woolf studies and related topics. Issues range from 8 to 42 pages in length.
The publication includes short articles and reviews of books relating to Woolf studies as well as reviews of productions, notes, queries, commentaries, poems, black-and-white photographs, and line drawings
Many issues of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany are themed, though "truly miscellaneous" submissions are always welcome. Contact Vara Neverow, the managing editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to propose a theme or submit work for consideration.
Contact the Book Review Editor, Karen Levenback, at email@example.com if you wish to enquire about reviewing a particular work or for any other concerns relating to the book reviews.
Each issue of the publication also includes the International Virginia Woolf Society column and updates on the annual conferences on Virginia Woolf as well as other events relevant to Woolf studies.
The publication is indexed in the Modern Language Association Bibliography.
Issues from Spring 2003 to the present are available online at VWM Online in PDF format. Also now available are some of the earlier issues of the Miscellany that originally were available only in print format. A number of these issues have now been scanned and made searchable. To access them, go toVWM Online Fall 1973-Fall 2002.
Issues from Fall 1973 to the present are also available online hrough EBSCOhost. Issues from Spring 2003 to the present are also available on other databases including LION.
A searchable index of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany from Fall 1973-Fall 2011, compiled by Susan Devoe is now available on a CD in MS Word. Contact Susan Devoe at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginning in Fall 2003, the Virginia Woolf Miscellany became a subscription publication (see below for information). However, all current members of the International Virginia Woolf Society receive the publication as a membership benefit.
If you are not a member of the International Virginia Woolf Society and wish ONLY to subscribe to the Virginia Woolf Miscellany, click here for a subscription form.
Kristin Czarnecki <Kristin_Czarnecki@georgetowncollege.edu> is Associate Professor of English at Georgetown College. She is currently serving as the Historian/Bibliographer of the International Virginia Woolf Society.
Mark Hussey <email@example.com> has served as an editor of the Virginia
Woolf Miscellany with J.J. Wilson, Peter Stansky, and Lucio Ruotolo and is continuing in this role after the transition of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany
from Sonoma State University to Southern Connecticut State University in Spring 2003.
He is professor of English, women’s studies and gender
studies at Pace University and the Editor of the Pace University Press
and founder of Woolf Studies Annual. Among his publications are
Virginia Woolf: A to Z and The Singing of the Real World.
Merry Pawlowski <Merry_Pawlowski@firstclass1.csubak.edu> is a retired professor of English at California State University, Bakersfield. She has published numerous articles on Woolf and fascism, Woolf and male modernism, and Woolf and Conrad as well as an edited collection entitled Virginia Woolf and Fascism (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2001).
Diana Swanson <firstname.lastname@example.org> is Associate Professor of the Women's Studies Program and the Department of English at Northern Illinios University. She is the author of a range of articles on Virginia Woolf.
Book Review Editor
Senior Associate Editor
Jennifer A. Hudson <email@example.com> received her M.A. in English, along
with her Advanced Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies, from
Southern Connecticut State University. Ms. Hudson’s areas of scholarly
interest include women writers, feminist theory, and the feminist utopias
of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, one of Woolf’s American contemporaries.
Ms. Hudson’s critical essays, articles, short fiction, and poetry
have already appeared in such diverse publications as Sage Woman,
Moondance, Horizons, Medieval Forum, and The Delta Epsilon Sigma
Journal. Currently, she is an admistrator, working in the Office of Faculty Development at Southern Connecticut State University. Ms.
Hudson is an active member of the Charlotte Perkins Gilman Society and
the National Association of Women Writers. She is working on
a critical analysis of David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive.
Contributors are expected to acknowlege prior publication of similar works and to cite their prior work in any article (or other submssion) that is related to the material under consideration.
The Virginia Woolf Miscellany was founded by Dr. J. J. Wilson, now Emerita Professor of English at Sonoma State University in California. The first issue of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany was published in Fall 1973. The first editors were Lucio Ruotolo, Ellen Hawkes Rogat and Margaret Comstock. Later, Peter Stansky and Mark Hussey became members of the editorial staff and Ellen Hawkes Rogat and Margaret Comstock stepped down.
During its 29 years at Sonoma State University, theVirginia Woolf Miscellanywas supported by the excellent staff of Reprographics. Izzi Magee has been especially helpful both in the publication of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany at Sonoma and in assisting the transition to Southern Connecticut State University where the publication now resides.
The International Virginia Woolf Society continues to provides significant financial support for the Virginia Woolf Miscellany.he first