There was a discussion of Alice at 11am ET on February 25 on The Diane Rehm Show on NPR. Special guests Rosemary Jann – professor of English at George Mason University, John Pfordrescher – professor of English at Georgetown University, and Lizzie Skurnick editor-in-chief Lizzie Skurnick Books. Also be sure to check out the article on Alice in… [read full post]
As part of the fantabulous Peanuts in Wonderland show at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, California, a panel will be discussing Carroll in the Comics at 1 pm on Saturday, March 7. The panel will consist of cartoon historian Craig Yoe, president emeritus Mark Burstein, and Malcolm Whyte and Andrew Farago of the Cartoon Art… [read full post]
What your stairway, car, or room needs most: a collection of 14 vinyl stickers purporting to be quotes from Wonderland. Well, many of them are, but scattered throughout are quotes from the 1951 Disney movie, paraphrases, things attributed to Carroll that he never said, and what seem to be random utterances (“I become what I believe”?)…. [read full post]
The “world’s longest tattoo” is comprised of over 5,000 individual phrases from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Backers receive a temporary tattoo bearing a unique phrase from one of the stories along with instructions on uploading a photo of themselves (or anyone else) wearing their phrase. Litographs first attempted this last year, but… [read full post]
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In celebration of the 150th anniversary, Imagine! Publishing (an imprint of Charlesbridge) is publishing a picture book edition called Alice in Wonderland: Down the Rabbit Hole. Fashioned as an introduction to the classic for younger readers, the story is retold by Charles Nurnberg and Joe Rhatigan with luminous paintings by bestselling French illustrator Eric Puybaret.
Edward Wakeling’s superb “appraisal” (not a biography!) is now available. World-class collector of, authority on, and admirer of Lewis Carroll, not to mention the editor of his 10-volume Diaries among other publications, Wakeling’s lifetime of study finds its culmination in this handsome work. His fresh approach, based on Carroll’s wide and varied social circle, reflects much previously unpublished… [read full post]