Audio fans! This just in: “Life Elsewhere, a radio show from Tampa, FL, interviewed our current president, Mark Burstein, on Carroll’s birthday, January 27. The host, Norman B, was a bit obsessed… [read full post]
The Blog of the LCSNA
New LCSNA Members-Only Book Bonus Is In The Mail!
If you are a member of the LCSNA, any day now you should be receiving our latest free, members-only bonus treat: a lovely hardcover facsimile of the 1879 first Russian… [read full post]
“Picturing Alice” at the San Francisco Public Library
The San Francisco Public Library has teamed up with the nearby Cartoon Art Museum for Draw Me a Story: A Century of Children’s Book Illustration, an exhibition of children’s book… [read full post]
101010 = 42
Mr. Burstein points out that today is 10/10/10 – and 101010 in binary is 42! (42, besides being the ultimate answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and… [read full post]
And now, a few more strange new books: Two Boer War romps and one odd book with just words of one syl-la-ble.
Michael Everson released six Carroll books in 2009 from his publishing company Evertype, starting with the Irish AAIW, Eachtraí Eilíse, and continues now with more new unique oddities. All this… [read full post]
Alice in Marinland
The Pacific Sun is the alternative paper in Marin County, California. Their Best of Marin 2010 awards and their March 26th issue are fully Alice themed this year. Mark Burstein… [read full post]
Special Report: Was Lewis Carroll a gay Mormon and were the Alice books written by J.D. Salinger?
This blog doesn’t regularly deal with certain questions (italics mine, as was the rest of that sentence.) And the new lewiscarroll.org’s FAQs don’t go there. Contrariwise, Mark Burstein usually starts… [read full post]
Around the blogosphere: Burstein’s Alice Film Roundup & Hero Complex’s Countdown
The LCSNA’s very own Mark Burstein has written a concise list of “all those awful Alice movies” (a theme that many in the media have been attempting, as reported here)… [read full post]
Beautiful Carroll books online at rarebookroom.org
Twenty-seven beautifully rendered hi-resolution facsimiles of old Lewis Carroll books (and hundreds from other authors) can be read online at rarebookroom.org. From Mark Burstein’s collection, there are translations “in Dutch,… [read full post]