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If you are a member of the Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain, you are invited to a FREE members only online Christmas celebration that includes an evening of readings about Christmas and winter from Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury group.

“A Virginia Woolf Christmas – Monks House Welcome Home” design by renowned collage artist Amanda White

What: An evening of five-minute readings by society members that will focus on writings by Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury group that discuss Christmas and or winter.
When: Wednesday, Dec. 6, 5.30 p.m. GMT
How: On Zoom. Members will receive a Zoom link, meeting ID and passcode.

Join the Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain

To join the society and have access to the Dec. 6 Zoom event, visit the group’s membership page. Members receive:

  • FREE Virginia Woolf Bulletin three times a year, containing articles, reviews and previously unpublished material by Woolf herself (normally £7 each)
  • Discount and priority notice for Birthday Lecture: this is an annual talk by a Woolf scholar or author, held on the Saturday nearest to 25 January
  • FREE regular email updates, with information and news of upcoming Woolf events
  • Discount and priority notice for VWSGB events, e.g. day conferences; study weekends, talks, visits; guided walks in an area connected with Woolf
  • Member-only online talks: live talks accessed by web link (small additional charge)
    FREE online group events: networking events and readings for members only.

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Where I live, winter has been mild this year. Until recently, that is. This week we were hit with five inches of snow, frigid temperatures, and high winds. Farther east, it was worse. So when I came across this Woolf quote, it seemed appropriate to post today.IMG_2218

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