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Walrus and Carpenter Scrimshaw Art

Here’s something you don’t see every day.  In fact, you’ve never seen one of these before–and may never see one again!  A new LCSNA member by the highly appropriate name of Ray Carpenter has created a one-of a kind scrimshaw artwork depicting the Walrus and the Carpenter–and also Lewis Carroll.  You can check out images… [read full post]

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A Special Alice in Wonderland at North Carolina Stage Company This Weekend

I’ve just learned about this production, which runs only this weekend.  If anyone is able to attend, please send a paragraph to tell us about it! Here’s the press release: “Asheville, NC – North Carolina Stage Company presents a special event production of a new adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, based on the novel by… [read full post]

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LCSNA Member Book Signing Wednesday June 26th in NYC

The LCSNA’s own Charlie Lovett (a former president) will be in New York City to promote his recently published novel The Bookman’s Tale. Charlie will talk about, read from, and sign his book (which does contain Carrollian references) at Barnes and Noble on the Upper East Side (86th and Lexington) at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday June 26. The… [read full post]

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A Paper Doll To Call Your Own: Alice

Artist Sue Shanahan has added a new Alice-themed post to her child-centric blog, commonplacegrace.com.  In it, Sue ponders what might have led Lewis Carroll to pen the Alice books, and also shares an image of a charming Alice paper doll that she created a few years ago as a gift for the attendees at a United… [read full post]

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Why Children’s Books Matter at NY Public Library

The New York Public Library has a new exhibit entitled The ABC of it: Why Children’s Books Matter that explores both the importance and potency of children’s literature.  The exhibit draws from books over time and around the world, combining both well-known classics with lesser-known gems.  Lewis Carroll’s famous “Beggar Girl” photograph of Alice Liddell is… [read full post]

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Cool Alice Art Car for Sale

Looking for a new set of wheels?  Or a nifty one-of-a-kind piece of Alice art sculpture?  Or maybe both?  Have a look at these images of artist Valerie Young’s new work.  You can click each image to see a larger version. This information was sent along with the pictures: “Artist Valerie Young writes, “When I… [read full post]

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Alice in Wonderland Meets Doctor Who

There’s a new video game out that supposedly blends elements of both Alice and Doctor Who.  In fact, it’s called The Night of the Rabbit and features a Doctor-like version of the White Rabbit as the mentor figure.  The animation looks quite fun.  It’s available for either Mac or PC for $20 from a web… [read full post]

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