Posts Tagged: alice in wonderland

The Rumpus Interview with Alice Mattison

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Alice Mattison discusses her newest book, The Kite and the String, a meditation on her lifelong journey through the craft of writing, the joys of teaching writing, and the importance of community.

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The Limits of Extreme Beauty: Nicolas Winding Refn and Neon Demon

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Daylight here burns up the atmosphere. The dawn of a new day is, in fact, the end of everything.

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The Rumpus Poetry Book Club Chat with Ada Limón

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The Rumpus Poetry Book Club chats with Ada Limón about her new book Bright Dead Things, writing love poems in an age of cynicism, and committing to places.

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The Mystery and Controversy of Lewis Carroll

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In fact, as far as his daily life went, “Lewis Carroll” was a complete non-person. Charles was always known personally only by his real name, letters directed to the pseudonym were returned unanswered, and he would walk away if strangers dared to mention “Alice” in his presence. For The Public Domain Review, Jenny Wolff examines […]

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Morning Coffee

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Have a good Thanksgiving, we’ll see you on Monday. Famous missing body parts. Alice’s copy of “Through the Looking Glass” is up for auction. LA without traffic is a pretty unsettling thing. Secrets of pinball economics. What was once thought to be mineral deposits we now know to be beautiful cave excrement.

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