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"Considering the success of Mark Hussey’s biography of Clive Bell, it’s no surprise that his edition of Bell's letters is so perceptive and well-chosen. The letters show Bell at his best, whether debating his art theories or his pacifism or describing a picnic. Generous with friends, feisty with Philistines, he practiced a lost art of letter-writing as a gift and a performance: a 'significant form' in itself."
– Regina Marler, editor of Selected Letters of Vanessa Bell
Mark Hussey (Distinguished Professor of English Emeritus at Pace University in New York) is the founding editor of Woolf Studies Annual; General Editor of the Harcourt Annotated Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf (for which he edited To the Lighthouse); on the editorial board of the Cambridge Edition of the Works of Virginia Woolf (for which he edited Between the Acts); and a co-editor of Virginia Woolf Miscellany. Modernism’s Print Cultures, co-written with Faye Hammill, came out in 2016 as part of Bloomsbury Academic’s New Modernisms series. His biography of Clive Bell is published by Bloomsbury (UK). His Selected Letters of Clive Bell: Art, Love and War in Bloomsbury will be out in paperback from EUP in February 2024.