Stevieslaw: The White Rabbit to the Rescue

Stevieslaw: The White Rabbit to the Rescue

Pennsylvania is one of many states still trying to recover economically from the Great Recession. In many ways, our lawmakers are to blame for not being sufficiently “quick on their feet.” Minnesota, for example, immediately changed the name of the state to The Minnesota State-too-big-to-fail Bank and benefited from a generous federal bailout. 367 more words


Guest Blog: Adam L. Bealby on Alice in Wonderland

Adam L. Bealby on Alice in Wonderland

She went on growing, and growing, and very soon had to kneel down on the floor: in another minute there was not even room for this, and she tried the effect of lying down with one elbow against the door, and the other arm curled round her head. 442 more words


Horror Bites: Alice's Scars

One of the perks of being on staff at is I get to read a lot of good horror literature, recently I got asked to write the forward to the first story in… 1,308 more words

Guest Blog: A Bit 'a Alice by Adam L. Bealby

A Bit ‘a Alice
By Adam L. Bealby

“Nurse! Do let’s pretend that I’m a hungry hyena. And you’re a bone!”

I’ve always had a bit of Alice in my life. 556 more words


The British Library

The British Library in London is found on 96 Euston Road, King’s Cross – not far from St Pancreas/ King’s Cross Station. It is the national library of the UK, and if you need to do research here you can register for a Reader Pass at the Reader Registration which then gives you access to the library’s reading rooms. 210 more words


Dali’s Adventures in Wonderland

Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – 150th anniversary ed. Illustrated by Salvador Dalí (Woodstock: Princeton University Press, 2015) 104pp

A work of art incorporating rebelliousness, revolution, paradox; distortions of space and time, logic, size, and proportion; disbelief in conventional reality; assimilation of dreams, wordplay, and the ineffable nature of childhood.

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