Archive for September 4th, 2007

It turns out that Virginia Woolf is not the only literary figure who has regenerated herself in the blogosphere.

We gave Virginia’s MySpace page of her own top billing on this blog of her own back in August.

Now novelist Pagan Kennedy describes her discovery of MySpace as a literary meeting place for authors and readers in her Sept. 1, 2007 essay in The New York Times Sunday Book Review.

Despite the fact that her essay is cleverly titled “A Space for Us” — an obvious play on Woolf’s words — Kennedy’s essay does not include Woolf in her mini-list of MySpace authors masquerading as famous writers. But she does include William Shakespeare and Oscar Wilde.

I guess it’s up to Woolf’s own circle to keep her at the center.

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