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The special topic of this issue is Virginia Woolf and Indigenous Literatures and is edited by Kristin Czarnecki. This section of the issue includes essays by Michelle Sprouse, Karina Jakubowicz, Amy A. Foley, Vara Neverow, and Kristin Czarnecki herself.
Truly Miscellaneous and Book Reviews:
The Truly Miscellaneous section of the issue features work by Anne Byrne, Hilary Newman, Saghar Najafi, Molly Hoff, Erick Verran, Stuart N. Clarke, and Drew Patrick Shannon. In addition, the issue offers a range of book reviews. Please contact Karen Levenback at email@example.com for any questions about book reviews.
Calls for Papers:
This issue also includes the essay by Halle Mason, the winner of the Third Annual Angelica Garnett Undergraduate Prize, which is sponsored by the International Virginia Woolf Society. In addition, the issue features the presenters on the IVWS panel for MLA 2019 in Chicago as well as Calls for Papers for the fourth Angelica Garnett award, the 2019 Louisville Conference IVWS panel, and the 29th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf: Virginia Woolf and Social Justice.
The 29th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf
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Special Topics for Future Issues of the Virginia Woolf Miscellany
Please see page 7 for information about the special topic for Issue 95, Collecting Virginia Woolf, guest edited by Catherine Hollis (hollisc@ berkeley.edu), and Issue 96, Reading, Fast And Slow: Centennial Musings On The Early Novels, guest edited by Rebecca Duncan (email@example.com).
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