Eat me, drink me… bite me? C. L. Dodsgon falls foul of vampire favor in Anno Dracula by Kim Newman (1992, reprinted 2011). The novel is set in Victorian England. Count Dracula… [read full post]
The Facebook page Alice in Wonderland Inspired Photography, Movies, and Art has an epic Wall Photos gallery. I was perusing it the other day, and saw these three ornate tattoos.
“Alice’s Wonderland” is the perfect title for Rebecca Mead’s article in the June 17 issue of The New Yorker, (the full text of which is only available in the print… [read full post]
There’s a new history of pen names out by Carmela Ciuraru (real name?) called Nom de Plume: A (Secret) History of Pseudonyms ($24.99). The story of Lewis Carroll’s name is… [read full post]
Carolyn Vega, manuscripts cataloger for the Morgan Library & Museum, posted a nice picture included in a letter from Lewis Carroll to illustrator Harry Furniss, on The Huffington Post last week, Lewis… [read full post]
Since it has been translated into most human languages, I for one welcome new translations of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for our new robot overlords. Here it is now in… [read full post]
Intelligence just in from our spies on the ground in Oxford, England. “Fancy dress appreciated” is a good sell, we think.
On June 14, Electronic Arts will release American McGee’s Alice: Madness Returns, the sequel to the 2000 computer game American McGee’s Alice. The new game will run on PlayStation 3 and… [read full post]
Check out the summer 2011 Threepenny Review, out of Berkeley, California. There is an article by Argentinian author Alberto Manguel called “Return to Wonderland,” which is also online as a… [read full post]