Alice (and Cheshire Puss) has made the Sgt. Pepper-like cover of UK’s The Economist’s special issue, “The World in 2015.” Emma Hogan’s article inside in its “Culture” section is of interest as much for what it left out as what it included. The Morgan Library, NYU, and the Rosenbach’s exhibits are mentioned, but not the Alice150 celebration of which they are a part. Robert Douglas-Fairhurst’s forthcoming dual biography is mentioned, but not Edward Wakeling’s, which precedes it. It says Wonderland has been translated into “around 100” languages, when the number in our forthcoming volume is 170. Mysteries abound: what exactly does “a picture book with key scenes will be published” mean? But all in all, we are grateful for the notice.