Dr. Edward Guiliano, one of the longtime editors of the Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction (DSA), has issued a call for scholarly essays on Through the Looking-Glass in honor of the sesquicentennial in 2022. They will be published in the Spring and Fall issues of DSA.* The manuscript submission window is from April… [read full post]
Phlizz, from the Lewis Carroll Genootschap (the Dutch Lewis Carroll Society), “distinguishes itself from [our] society’s print journal dodo/nododo: Phlizz is directed towards the society’s relations, while dodo/nododo is a journal in the spirit of Lewis Carroll, aiming at a broader audience.” The splash page of Phlizz in English is here. Click on the “Huidig… [read full post]
The second issue of SOURCE: the Magazine of the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries has several articles on Alician matters. It is readable (or downloadable) here. Thanks to Arnold Hirshon for the spot.
Our partners in crime across the pond have published a new text on Carroll’s 1895 paper What the Tortoise Said to Achilles. This special edition of The Carrollian contains the original plus five new articles on this classic philosophical logic paper. Get yours directly from The Lewis Carroll Society today! Check out the preview here.
Well, we knew he was a genius but this takes him to a whole new level! Columnist Ben Bowie of The Guardian write in his article about an upcoming documentary with Dr Hawking: I went to a fancy dress party he threw, and the theme was Alice in Wonderland. He went as the Mad Hatter,… [read full post]
So yeah. In the current issue of Vanity Fair, there is this ad. For toilets. With an Alice theme. That is all.
The issue of The New Yorker Magazine cover dated October 27th, 2014 features our favorite Hatter. Get your copy now while you can!