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150 years of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland  is 150 years old this year. Published in 1865 by Macmillan, the author was Charles L. Dodgson (1832-1898).

Dodgson was allowed to use his pen name of Lewis Carroll and alternative names for the book like ‘Alice Among the Fairies, and ‘Alice’s Golden Hour’ were binned. 381 more words

Publishing News

Random Neurons Firing

The Regional Hospital I interviewed with last week was theoretically supposed to notify “us” as to their decision regarding the next step in the interview process, today, Thursday. 329 more words

A week ago I waited for awhile in the library on a good friend, when I stumbled on a reprinted version of Alice in Wonderland. It was decorated with beautiful images of John Tenniel. 405 more words


Running with the Red Queen

NY-bound today if all goes according to plan. Philly then NY. As always, leaving Scotland leaves me feeling bereft. I am determined to keep busy and try not to pine. 50 more words


The “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” I Never Knew

Having written about business tips I learned from reading “Alice in Wonderland” in March 2010 and having read “Alice..”, “Alice I Have Been”, background on Charles Dodgson aka his nom de plume: Lewis Carroll, viewing photos of Alice Liddell in the newspaper and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I didn’t think there was too much I didn’t know about Carroll’s release of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”.  483 more words

Alice In Wonderland


Continuing on that John Tenniel hype, I decided to give the baddy of the book ago!

She’s a bad’un alright! Even though Im not sure if anybody would ever want to red queen to feature on a t-shirt or a pretty pillow, I figured it was definitely worth giving it a crack. 98 more words