LCSNA member Cathy Rubin has published an article on the Huffington Post all about Alice – Alice150 that is. Spread the word, Alice150 is only 15 months away!
For those of you who were unable to join us for the Spring meeting last month, you missed a great talk by Craig Yoe on his new book Alice in Comicland (with introduction by our fearless leader Mark Burstein). While we here on the social team did our best to live blog it, I recommend… [read full post]
For those of you who were not able to attend our spring meeting, we had a very nice presentation by Mike Schneider on his What is the Use of a Book Without Pictures project, a completely visual telling of Alice in every imaginable style. This article does a very nice job explaining it. I can… [read full post]
Here’s another report from one of our mimsy minions, this time about a 2009 children’s book called Lunch Lady and the League of Librarians by Jarrett Krosoczka (Lunch Lady #2 in the series), with fun Carrollian references: “ The plot revolves around an evil librarian and her minions vs. the superhero Lunch Lady and some good kids. The bad… [read full post]
Here’s a cute Carroll-related comic by talented cartoonist Bill Amend, forwarded by one of our mimsy minions. Enjoy! And if you would like to see more of the Foxtrot comic, click me.
If you read German, or enjoy reading graphic novels regardless of the language, one of our mimsy minions reports coming across a recent one: In a new (well, 2013) graphic novel in German, Alice chases the White Rabbit, who leads her down into his rabbit-hole in search of an illustrated edition of Austrian poet H…. [read full post]
Our thanks to one of our mimsiest minions for this link to a very favorable review of another Manga (a graphic/comic novel with highly stylized art, typically not intended for children) with an Alice theme. This one is called Are You Alice? and the first of many plot twists is that Alice is in fact a… [read full post]
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]
Batman follows the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole to battle none other than our favorite archvillain, The Mad Hatter, in a new 112 page full-color hardcover graphic novel Batman: Through the Looking Glass ($22.99), written by Bruce Jones and Sam Keith, released by Titan Books in January 2012. (Not to be confused with the… [read full post]
Yesterday’s Cul de Sac for you amusement. Courtesy of GoComics.