The Knight Letter

Knight Letter

The Knight Letter (ISSN 0193-886X) is the members-only magazine of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America, and comes free with your annual membership. It is printed on high-quality paper, and is copiously illustrated with photographs and artwork (after all, what is the use of a magazine without pictures or conversations?).

There have been over a hundred issues to date. Recent issues contain approximately 72 pages and are divided into the following sections:

The Rectory Umbrella: Informative, entertaining, and/or scholarly in-depth articles 

MischMasch: Editorials, letters, and other features like:    

  • Serendipity (references to Carroll in popular culture, literature, and so on)
  • Of Books and Things (reviews of books, films, performances and more)
  • Carrollian Notes (shorter articles)
  • All Must Have Prizes (about Alice collectibles)
  • Sic, Sic, Sic (hilarious Carroll-related misquotes in the media), and
  • From Our Far-Flung Correspondents (a handy listing of all things Carrollian: new books, articles, new cyberspace sites, conferences and lectures, exhibitions, performances, auctions, the media, and new things to buy)

Membership/subscription inquiries should be sent to the Secretary, Sandra Lee Parker, If you wish to join/subscribe online you can do so on our Membership page.

To contact the LCSNA regarding our Knight Letter magazine: 

Christopher Morgan
Send email 

Editor, Far-Flung Correspondents (for submissions of news about Carroll-related books, exhibits, artworks, performances, web sites, auctions, media references, and new collectibles to appear in the Knight Letter)
Mark Burstein
Send submission for Far Flung

Please Note: We recommend submitting soft copy submissions via e-mail as we cannot guarantee return of hard copy submissions. The decision to publish or not publish any submission rests solely with the Editors.

LCSNA Knight Letter Bonanza

Part of the charter of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America (LCSNA) is to publish materials relevant to Lewis Carroll studies. The Society maintains an active publication program including new Carroll studies, primary material, and a Society magazine. Over time, we gathered a large number of these materials and storage is a problem. We are offering most of the publications of the Society to members for SHIPPING COST ONLY. After six weeks we will open the offer to others interested in Carroll.

The supply of some items are limited so please contact August Imholtz (, publications distribution coordinator, to confirm availability BEFORE making any payment.

Back Issues

Due to the coronavirus and mailing difficulties we are not accepting requests sales of older print copies of the Knight Letter at this time. If you have a special question, please send an email to