An online exhibit of Smith College's collection of Woolf's manuscripts and books. There are some very cool first edition book covers.
A pretty thorough biography of Woolf that includes juicy details about the wild doings of the Bloomsbury group.
Here's a slideshow of authors' bedrooms. Woolf's is on the top row, second from the left.
Woolf drops more names of authors than a wannabe at a publishing dinner. Use Bartleby to figure out who she's talking about.
According to IMDB, this 1991 production of A Room of One's Own for PBS's Masterpiece Theater only has one character: Virginia Woolf.
This 1929 New York Times review of A Room of One's Own makes the point that there have been great male writers who were also poor. How come they were able to succeed? (Hm. Maybe because they had things like scholarships and encouragement?)
Joan Baez performs the Ballad of Mary Hamilton.
The only surviving recording of Woolf's voice. She sounds a lot like Professor McGonagall to us.
This is a Manx cat, the "cat without a tail" that Woolf talks about (1.7).
Woolf and Lytton Strachey, another member of the Bloomsbury group.