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Alice in Wonderland at the British Museum

Last week I went to an exhibition of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice in Wonderland at the British Library. The exhibition lasts from last November to this April, and is free, so I’m not sure why it was ticketed, but I don’t think I would have heard of it otherwise, and I really enjoyed myself. 298 more words


January 27, 1832: After the Snark

Lewis Carroll,  aka Charles Lutwidge Dodson, born on this date in 1832, was known primarily for his books Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. 324 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Review: 'The Oxford Dodo: Culture at the Crossroads'

“He is a curious, interesting, and nearly perished link between obsolete forms of life and those which generally prevail.” – Thomas Hardy, from ‘The Return of the Native’ 1,106 more words


Nanthology - Alice In Cognito

Nanowrimo is a compelling challenge to write 50,000 words during November: that’s an average of 1667 words per day. My plan is to write a set of 30 short stories each 1667 words long instead.   1,803 more words


After Alice author finds fulfillment from books of his youth

Gregory Maguire just can’t help himself.

He returns time and again to the books he loved as a youth and, well, messes with them by telling the backstories of characters that readers may wonder about. 798 more words


The Looking Glass House by Vanessa Tait

*I received a copy of this book for review from the publisher*

Title: The Looking Glass House
Author: Vanessa Tait
Publisher: Corvus
Category: Fiction
Pages: 304… 505 more words