IF YOU HAVE BASIC QUESTIONS ABOUT LEWIS CARROLL OR OUR SOCIETY, PLEASE REVIEW OUR FAQS PAGE BEFORE SENDING US AN E-MAIL. THANK YOU!
To contact the LCSNA regarding interviews and questions for experts, etc.:
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To contact the LCSNA regarding membership and publication matters:
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To contact the LCSNA regarding our Knight Letter magazine and our Blog:
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Editor, Rectory Umbrella section (for submissions of longer Carrollian articles)
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Editors, MischMasch (for submissions of short articles, letters, reviews, and amusing Carroll misquotes)
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Editors, Far-Flung Correspondents (for submissions of news about Carroll-related books, exhibits, artworks, performances, web sites, auctions, media references, and new collectibles)
James Welsch & Rachel Eley
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Blogmaster (for submissions of potential Carroll-related blog topics and links on any topic)
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Please Note: We recommend submitting soft copy submissions via e-mail as we cannot guarantee return of hard copy submissions. The decision to publish or not publish any submission rests solely with the Editors.
To contact us regarding a donation of Carroll-related items for an auction to benefit the LCSNA:
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To contact the LCSNA regarding content on this site:
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STUDENTS: If you are seeking assistance with a homework assignment about Lewis Carroll, please consult our Lewis Carroll page, and our FAQs and Education pages, prior to contacting us. You will find a host of information and resources there to point you in a helpful direction for your studies. We are aware that there are now web sites selling pre-written papers on virtually all topics, including the works of Lewis Carroll. We are confident that Lewis Carroll, as a lifelong scholar and teacher, would always have insisted that you think and write for yourself, and never ask someone else to think for you. There’s no fun in that, and no learning. We congratulate you for following his wise advice! We hope our web site helps inspire your own writing. If you are particularly proud of a Carroll-related essay you’ve written, we encourage you to e-mail us a copy. We’d love to read it!