The popularity of manga—graphic novels, comics, and cartoons from Japan—is undeniable, and it should come as no surprise that there have been several adaptations of Wonderland and Looking-Glass and many… [read full post]
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Lewis Carroll and Alice-related books
Looking-Glass Sesquicentenary Conference (online)
This conference, organized by Dr Franziska Kohlt, will take place on the 4th and 5th of November. Hosted by the University of York (UK), all talks and associated events will… [read full post]
The (Red) Queen’s Gambit
The Rev. Ivor Davies (1923-2005), vicar of Hay-on-Wye, had lifelong interests in both chess and the works of Lewis Carroll. His scholarly musings on the subject have been published in… [read full post]
7 Keys to Delight
The ever inventive Adriana Peliano, a fine artist and founder of the Lewis Carroll Society of Brazil, has authored Alice and the 7 Keys, an enchanting “Pharmacopeia of Creativity” that… [read full post]
The Mystery of Edwin D.
No, this is not about the famed novel by the “other” 19th-century Charles D., but to announce the biography of Charles L. Dodgson’s youngest brother, Edwin. The illustrious Edward Wakeling,… [read full post]
Four New Illustrated Editions!
In addition to Nicole Claveloux’s fabulous Looking-Glass announced recently, we have for your viewing pleasure: A new Russian translation of Wonderland by Oleg Gorbushin features illustrations by 13 contemporary Russian… [read full post]
Nicole Claveloux’s Looking-Glass!!
The marvelous French illustrator and comic-book artist Nicole Claveloux published her psychedelic edition of Wonderland (Les Aventures d’Alice au pays des merveilles) in 1974 (Grasset-Jeunesse), with a translation by François… [read full post]
The Riddell with Many an Answer
Award-winning writer/artist/political cartoonist Chris Riddell, Children’s Laureate emeritus of the UK, whose illustrations to The Snark came out last year and whose Wonderland was due to come out in October… [read full post]
The Inky Parrot Strikes Again!
Dennis Hall’s marvelous Inky Parrot Press and its sister company, Artists’ Choice, which have in the past given us stunning fine-press editions of John Vernon Lord’s Wonderland, Looking-Glass, and Snark;… [read full post]
Lewis Carroll’s Photography and Modern Childhood
Diane Waggoner’s impressive new book is now available from Princeton University Press. The text is most informative, and the photographs superbly reproduced. Diane has addressed the Society twice: in Los… [read full post]