So did you know that biologists use characters from Carroll to describe biological phenomena? I didn’t. The Red Queen has been in use for some time, but now the Cheshire… [read full post]
We are very proud to announce volume five in our projected six-part series The Pamphlets of Lewis Carroll, whose goal has been to publish all of Carroll’s many pamphlets in… [read full post]
An extraordinarily handsome edition of Wonderland has been published by Inky Parrot/Artists’ Choice Editions in the UK. Each chapter is illustrated by a different artist, and a talented and worldwide… [read full post]
Something really cool is happening this month in honor of Alice 150 – a giant social, open source, public domain, digital publishing event all centered around Alice. Sponsored by and… [read full post]
This post contains excerpts from the WSJ article, which emphasizes Alice translations, including a preview of the ground-breaking three volume set, Alice in a World of Wonderlands. See full article… [read full post]
Everyone is definitely jumping on the bandwagon for Alice’s 150th, including the Wall Street Journal. Today’s issue features an article featuring discussion on all the various translations – including the… [read full post]
A Harvard professor has posted an interesting blog article about Alan Turing’s interactions with Carroll’s writings – both Wonderland and Logic. Check it out here.