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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 journals such as The Anglo-Welsh Review, Jabberwocky, and Theologia Cambrensis. Fortunately, the organization he founded in 1967, the Clergy Correspondence Chess Club, has recently republished… [read full post]

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What the Dickens?

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]

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Katia Fiorentino’s Calendar

Katia is a talented artist, born in Italy and currently living in the U.K. Her Alice’s alphabet came out in 2014 as a limited edition of hand-screen-printed sets of illustrations, greeting cards, and a coloring book. Her work has been presented to the Lewis Carroll Society (UK) and exhibited at Alice Day in Oxford and… [read full post]

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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 Ruy-Vidal, to universal acclaim. A mere 45 years later (Fall, 2019), her Looking-Glass (De l’autre côté du miroir) has been issued by the same publisher,… [read full post]

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New Work by Abelardo Morell

Many of us grew enamored of the photographic assemblages of the world-renowned, award-winning photographer Abelardo Morell with his edition of Wonderland (Dutton, 1998) or A Book of Books (Bulfinch, 2002). He has now illustrated Looking-Glass, and re-visited his Wonderland work. A suitable publisher is being sought. We are anticipating an interview with him in the… [read full post]

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Oleg Lipchenko’s Looking-Glass!

In 2009, Oleg’s fabulous illustrations to Wonderland were awarded the annual IBBY Canada Elizabeth Mrazik-Cleaver Award, which honors outstanding artistic talent in Canadian picture books. His 2012 Snark is also a treasure. And now he’s ready to go with his Looking-Glass! Look here. In order to achieve this, he has initiated a Kickstarter campaign. You… [read full post]

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Alice in Hogwarts Land

London’s Miraphora Mina and Rio de Janeiro’s Eduardo Lima started working together in 2002 to imagine and create the graphic universe of the Harry Potter™ film series. In 2009 they formed their own design studio, MinaLima™, “with the objective of creating distinctive and unconventional design and illustration for the entertainment and publishing industries,” and have… [read full post]

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Gorgeous Images from a Stunning Looking Glass Production in Moscow

My thanks to artist and LCSNA member (and mimsy minion) Tania Ianovskaia for this description of a stunning recent production of Alice Through the Looking Glass in Moscow.  We appreciate this information, Tania!  Now, if only there could be a film of that production, or a tour of it in other countries.  The imagery is simply… [read full post]

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Contrariwise CD Release Party This Friday January 10th

In a recent post I noted the release of a new CD by alternative band Daniel Hales, and the frost heaves, called Contrariwise: Music From Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass.  Daniel wants to let everyone know that this Friday, January 10th at 6:30pm in Massachusetts, they will be holding their official… [read full post]

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German Translations of Carroll’s Works Available Print-on-Demand

Here is another publishing item from one of our mimsy minions: “Günther Flemming’s German translation of the Alice books (including Under Ground and the Nursery), the Snark, plus a plethora of prefaces, poems, riddles, biographical sketches, and the article “Alice on the Stage,” along with a “kaleidoscope” of annotations and commentary — a task begun in 1967 — has… [read full post]

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