Focusing on a single work of short fiction by the British modernist writer Virginia Woolf (1882–1941), this project presents a case study of small-scale digitization. As the first product of her home publishing enterprise, the Hogarth Press, established in 1917, ‘The Mark on the Wall’ links Woolf’s writing method to her editorial practices as a printer. By providing a multifaceted context for comparing versions of Woolf’s short story, this edition of ‘The Mark on the Wall’ explores what digital processes and platforms can reveal about print artifacts.”
Dale Hall, a student of Nicola Wilson, published “A Woolf Abroad: The Novels of Virginia Woolf and Their Sales Overseas” in the Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Spring/Summer 2015, no. 87 (see attached).