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75 Aniversario de la muerte de Alice Liddell – paintings by Leonor Solans

Thanks again to Adriano Peliano at the Lewis Carroll Society of Brazil, and her lively blog AliceNations, for posting pictures from this beautiful exhibition at the Biblioteca de Andalucía en Granada, Spain, from 2009. It’s called “Alice’s Adventures under Ground. 75 Aniversario de la muerte de Alice Liddell” by Leonor Solans. There are more images at… [read full post]

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Errol Morris & Errol Morris write two different essays with identical words on New York Times blog

I wasn’t expecting postmodern philosophy when I opened the New York Times Opinionator blog this week, but there was filmmaker Errol Morris rambling on about truth, relativity, Jorge Luis Borges and Humpty Dumpty. It appears to be the fourth of a five-part series called “The Ashtray,” no doubt what he was staring into when he… [read full post]

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Popular New Destination for Alice in Wonderland Tourists

FoxNews.com reports that Antony House, in Plymouth, UK, has seen a “huge increase in visitors” since Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movie was released in March 2010.  The mansion (pictured above) was used in filming the non-Underland parts of the film. Antony House, near Plymouth in southern England, was lucky to attract more than 20,000… [read full post]

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Do I detect the odor of Frumious Bandersnatch?

Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, out of North Hollywood (as witchy a place as there ever was), has released no fewer than three dozen specialty fragrances themed after Wonderland & Looking-Glass: Mad Tea Party: The Dodgson Collection. Scents inspired by the madness of Alice’s sojourns to Wonderland. They can each be ordered for $17.99 per 5ml… [read full post]

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Euro-Pop Trio of Alices on the Antwerp Stage

The Belgian Pop trio K3 will be starring in “Alice in Wonderland le Musical” in Antwerp, April 9th through 25th, 2011. I can’t embed the promo videos, but I highly recommend them – link here. K3 appear to all be playing Alice, but in three different colors. Here’s a google-translated description (from the Dutch) of… [read full post]

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Stop-Motion Hunting of the Snark in 2012

Assuming the filmmakers don’t meet with a Boojum, there will be a British stop-motion animation of Lewis Carroll’s The Hunting of the Snark released in 2012. Our very own Andrew Sellon (LCSNA President emeritus) recorded some voice over work, including the role of the Judge! The Hunting of the Snark is an animated feature about… [read full post]

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