Writing and Art: intertwined and side by side, they speak so closely to one another it’s almost as if the two whisper – sharing ideas and pages, characters and settings and style. Flashes of delight in the mind and a residue of thought. There’s always been care taken when it comes to cover design, but […]Read more "Inspired by the Writing of Virginia Woolf"
It began with her face in marble mosaic, walked upon by thousands each day, in the entrance hall of The National Gallery. Next was Durga Chew-Bose’s title of her essay collection, lifted from the her Diaries. And then it was that twitter account – Vita & Virgina Bot – serving tweet sized samples from the […]Read more "On Youth, Woolf, and The Man Booker Prize"
A collection of thoughts after re-reading Too Much and Not the Mood (transcribed from marginalia): Writing is a return. The luxury of small moments at home. Sumptuous perfumed moments of language. Prose over plot. Always. Yet, there’s sisterhood to be found in friendship. A certain kind of love for my friends: awe and obsession and […]Read more "Transcribed from Marginalia: Too Much and Not the Mood"