Heather Haigha

About Heather Haigha

Heather Haigha is your intrepid guide for all adventures under ground, through the looking glass, down the rabbit hole and sometimes even real life! Read her whimsical musings on the Alice Is Everywhere blog, and hear the melodious sound of her voice on the Alice is Everywhere podcast.

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  Episode 46 of the world’s only ALL Alice in Wonderland slash Lewis Carroll podcast features a thrilling roller coaster ride regarding the procurement of a brand new book entitled Rare, Uncollected, Unpublished and Nonexistent Verse of Lewis Carroll. Included in this previously uncollected collection? The lost verses of the […]

Rare Verses And Lazy Wonderlands

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  Ever wish there was an Alice In Wonderland musical featuring gorgeous dancers, powerhouse vocalists and songs you know and love? How about some aerial arts and elaborate costumes and makeup thrown into the mix? Have I got a show for you! We talk to Anne Martinez, creator of ALICE […]

An Alice In Wonderland Musical

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What’s in a name? If the name is Mischmasch, quite a lot! We discuss the self-published magazine by Lewis Carroll entitled Mischmasch, along with The Rectory Magazine and Rectory Umbrella. We give a rundown of LC’s only trip abroad- once you hear the number of boats, trains and carriages involved, […]


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Who’s that rapping at your chamber door? Spoiler alert- that’s no raven, it’s a phantasmagoria! Listen to Lewis Carroll’s delightful rhyming story from start to finish on Part 2 of our Phantasmagoria-arama. The content may surprise you. Did you know there are five rules that all ghosts must abide by? […]

Part 2 Phantasmagoria

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  What the heck is a phantasmagoria? That depends on which phantasmagoria you are talking about. The haunting theater experience? The ’90s video game? The Marilyn Manson movie that never was? Or the Lewis Carroll penned poem? We of course elaborate on the Lewis Carroll Phantasmagoria, but any and all […]

Phantasmagoria Part 1

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  It’s time for part 2 of our Beatrice Hatch extravaganza! Learn exactly what it was like to be a child friend of a certain Lewis Carroll. We get our firsthand account via Beatrice’s obituary of the author, inventor, photographer and Oxford don published in The Strand magazine in 1898. […]

Part 2 Beatrice Hatch And Lewis Carroll

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  Who was Beatrice Hatch, and why did she write an obituary of Lewis Carroll for The Strand Magazine in 1898? Well, he was deceased, first of all. Learn all about Ms. Hatch’s relationship with Mr. Carroll, and hear a fact-based account of this complicated Oxford don’s life. We’ll also […]

Beatrice Hatch And Lewis Carroll Part 1

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  For the benefit of Mr. Carroll, it’s Part 2 of our Beatles and Alice in Wonderland extravaganza! We discuss the connections between Paul, George, Ringo and Alice, having explored Lewis Carroll’s influence on John Lennon in Part 1. What early, carefree Beatles ditty does Paul McCartney credit to Lewis […]

Part 2 The Beatles And Alice In Wonderland

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  Why is Lewis Carroll pictured on the cover of one of the most groundbreaking rock and roll albums of all time? Join your host Heather as she explores the influence Alice In Wonderland and Lewis Carroll had on the Beatles! John Lennon in particular was a lifelong fan of […]

Alice In Wonderland And The Beatles Podcast

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  Alice Is Everywhere takes a break from literary pursuits this week to talk about TEA PARTIES! Throwing your own mad tea party for your birthday or other celebration is easier than you might think. We get very detailed in terms of what to wear. (Spoiler alert- Eat Me and […]

How To Throw Your Own Mad Tea Party

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  Who is Harry Furniss, and what the heck goes on in Sylvie And Bruno? We’ll answer one of those questions, as we highlight the somewhat tumultuous and entirely entertaining relationship between Lewis Carroll and one of his later illustrators. We’ll also touch upon the famous John Tenniel and the […]

Lewis Carroll, Typewriters And Illustrators

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  In a world of Alices, Hatters and Queens of Hearts, March Hare finally gets his due this week on Alice Is Everywhere. Review March Hare’s role in Lewis Carroll’s masterpieces Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass. Learn the origin of the phrase “mad as a March Hare.” […]

All March Hare All The Time

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What do you get when you combine Alice In Wonderland with opera? A whole lot of weirdness! Listen to Heather review Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, the new experimental opera by Gerald Barry that was performed at the Disney Concert Hall in November. Then hear excerpts from other recent Alice operas […]

Alice In Wonderland Goes To The Opera

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In 1890, Lewis Carroll Published Rules For Communicating That Still Ring True Today This week on the Alice Is Everywhere podcast, we discussed at length Lewis Carroll’s Dos and Don’ts for communicating entitled Eight Or Nine Wise Words About Letter Writing. I promised my listeners I would publish screenshots of LC’s incredibly complex […]

Eight Or Nine Wise Words About Letter Writing

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What can we learn about email communication from an 1890 letter writing guide? You might be surprised! It’s been a few years since Lewis Carroll wrote Eight Or Nine Wise Words About Letter Writing, but his witty advice rings true today: wait a day before sending an angry letter, be […]

Lewis Carroll’s Letter Writing Guide

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  On this special holiday episode of Alice Is Everywhere, learn all about the origins of Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland and how it started off as The Best Christmas Gift Ever. That’s right, the original written manuscript of Alice’s Adventures Under Ground was given to little Alice Liddell as a […]

A Christmas Poem And The Best Christmas Gift Ever

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I’m sure you’re all familiar with the lyrics, “The Eat Me cake makes you larger, and the Drink Me bottle makes you small.” What’s that? White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane isn’t chock full of lyrical authenticity? Get the story about the creation of this groovy acid rock classic, and hear a […]

White Rabbit And White Queen Chardonnay

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All hail the queens! Episode 30 of Alice Is Everywhere is all about Through The Looking-Glass queens The Red Queen and The White Queen. We throw in a little Queen of Hearts for good measure, along with an in depth discussion of the number 42. Was it really Lewis Carroll’s […]

Through The Looking-Glass Wrap-Up Part 4

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Listen to our Then She Fell review to help decide if you want to shell out the big bucks to watch this immersive theater experience in Brooklyn, New York. Then She Fell is loosely based on Lewis Carroll and his works, including Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through The Looking-Glass. […]

Then She Fell Review

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John Was The Beatle Most Inspired By Lewis Carroll’s Works Picture yourself in a boat on a river With tangerine trees and marmalade skies Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly A girl with kaleidoscope eyes -Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, Lennon/McCartney Here at Alice Is Everywhere, we’ve explored George […]

John Lennon And Alice In Wonderland

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Part three of our Through The Looking Glass wrap-up begins with Chapter Five, Wool And Water. Did the White Queen turn into the Sheep? Or was she mysteriously replaced? Learn what chess pieces have to do with the equation, as well as which characters are bishops, rooks, pawns and knights. […]

Through The Looking-Glass Wrap-Up Part 3

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We take a break from our Through The Looking-Glass wrap-up to marvel how one piece of nonsense poetry can inspire very different pieces of music. The first selection to be discussed is The Walrus And The Carpenter from Donovan’s HMS Donovan, a 1971 double album that was meant for children. […]

The Walrus And The Carpenter, Musically Speaking

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Feeling mimsy, uffish or slithy? Our Through The Looking-Glass wrap-up continues with an in depth discussion of Jabberwocky, including some explanations of portmanteaus and old timey Victorian words. Learn all about a picture book depicting Jabberwocky as a one-on-one basketball game, and hear Heather’s review of the Jabberwock Inn in Monterey, […]

Through The Looking-Glass Wrap-Up Part 2

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“You should learn not to make personal remarks,” Alice said with some severity, “It’s very rude.” Alice endures a lot of insults as she travels through Wonderland and Looking-Glass Land. Most barbs are directed at her intellect, but looks and personality are not off limits either. Compiling a list was challenging […]

Top 10 Alice In Wonderland Insults

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Who was The White Knight?! Learn all about the 1990 discovery that confirmed the identity of The White Knight from Through The Looking-Glass, And What Alice Found There. Who was this Olive Butler, and what did she have to do with The White Knight anyway? Listen to Heather stammer as she […]

Through The Looking-Glass Wrap-Up Part I

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Chapters 10, 11 & 12 – Shaking, Waking & Which Dreamed It? Episode Summary It takes Alice three chapters to wake up at the end of Through The Looking Glass. Experience the roller coaster of emotions that involve Shaking, Waking and Which Dreamed It? We will of course discuss at length Which Dreamed It, […]

Through The Looking-Glass Podcast Chapters 10, 11 and 12

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  Chapter 9 – Queen Alice Episode Summary Alice finally makes it to the eighth square in Chapter 9 of Through The Looking Glass entitled Queen Alice. She meets up with the Red Queen and White Queen, takes part in a most provoking queenly quiz and later attends (or is it hosts?) the […]

Through The Looking-Glass Podcast Chapter 9

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  Chapter 8 – “It’s My Own Invention” Episode Summary Alice is escorted through the seventh square of the chessboard that is Looking-Glass Land in Chapter 8 of Through The Looking Glass entitled “It’s My Own Invention.” Those quotation marks are totally intentional, someone says “It’s My Own Invention!” Repeatedly! Learn all about […]

Through The Looking-Glass Podcast Chapter 8

You probably know Aldous Huxley as the author of the classic book Brave New World. You may even know he was a pacifist and philosopher and asked for LSD on his deathbed. But did you also know he and his family have several connections to Alice In Wonderland creator Lewis […]

Aldous Huxley And Lewis Carroll

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Chapter 7 – The Lion And The Unicorn Episode Summary Alice meets up with The White King in Chapter 7 of Through The Looking Glass entitled The Lion And The Unicorn. Together they check out a certain maned king of the jungle and a mythical horned creature fighting for an equally mythical […]

Through The Looking-Glass Podcast Chapter 7

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Chapter 6 – Humpty Dumpty Episode Summary Alice meets a rather unpleasant egg in Chapter 6 of Through The Looking Glass entitled Humpty Dumpty. She finally learns the meaning of the poem Jabberwocky, while we get the lowdown on Lewis Carroll’s contributions to the English language including chortle and portmanteau. Humpty introduces us […]

Through The Looking-Glass Podcast Chapter 6

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Chapter 5 – Wool And Water Episode Summary Alice takes a rowboat out for a spin in Chapter 5 of Through The Looking Glass entitled Wool And Water. The White Queen is her boating companion, or is it a sheep?! Learn who actually said that famous quote about believing in six impossible things […]

Through The Looking-Glass Podcast Chapter 5

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Chapter 4 – Tweedledum And Tweedledee Episode Summary Alice encounters two chunky, childlike fellows in Chapter 4 of Through The Looking Glass entitled Tweedledum And Tweedledee. They favor her with the very famous poem The Walrus And The Carpenter, and also engage in a battle over a nice new rattle. Plus, hear Heather […]

Through The Looking-Glass Podcast Chapter 4

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Chapter 3 – Looking-Glass Insects Episode Summary Alice finds herself on an accidental train journey in Chapter 3 of Through The Looking Glass entitled Looking-Glass Insects. She makes the acquaintance of a chicken-sized gnat who explains the titular arthropods to her, and wanders through the wood with no names with […]

Through The Looking-Glass Podcast Chapter 3

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Magical Exhibit In Escondido Raises Awareness For Global Medical Relief Fund Recently, I was invited to a party. An Alice In Wonderland party filled with beautiful artwork, talented people, delicious food and drink and cosplayers in full costume dress. Naturally, I turned the invitation down. I KID. It took me […]

Unlocking Wonderland At The California Center For The Arts

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New Alice In Wonderland Movie Earns A Solid “It Was Pretty Okay” From Alice Is Everywhere A little Wonderland preamble, before we dive into my Alice Through The Looking Glass review: This movie is not a faithful adaptation of the book. It flat out has nothing to do with the book, really. […]

Alice Through The Looking Glass Review

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Chapter 2 – The Garden Of Live Flowers Episode Summary Alice runs into a bevy of disagreeable flora in Chapter 2 of Through The Looking-Glass, The Garden Of Live Flowers. She also learns just what game she is playing from The Red Queen, and how to advance. In addition, Heather […]

Through The Looking-Glass Podcast Chapter 2

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Chapter 1 : Looking-Glass House Episode Summary In our very first Through The Looking Glass podcast, learn about the origins of the sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Hear all about ANOTHER real-life Alice who may have helped inspire the tale. Meet Kitty, Snowdrop, Dinah and a bevy of talking […]

Through The Looking Glass Podcast Chapter 1

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Alice Goes Through The Looking Glass in Las Vegas Last summer, I experienced a show that combined three of my favorite things in the world: Alice In Wonderland, musical theater and Las Vegas. I reviewed ALICE A Steampunk Concert Fantasy then (spoiler alert- I liked it). But this is now! I […]

ALICE A Steampunk Concert Fantasy Review – Updated!

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Episode Summary Discover more about Lewis Carroll the man, and learn all about The Nursery Alice as we continue our wrap up of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. We also attempt to answer the age old question, why is the White Rabbit naked in the last illustration?! Be prepared for much […]

Episode 14 – The White Rabbit’s New Clothes

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  Episode Summary Heather pulls herself together after the high emotions of last week’s episode and finally discusses the last chapter of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Plus, we revisit the mystery of the Alice in Wonderland puppy, and hear from Lewis Carroll himself through his 1887 article Alice On The […]

Episode 13 – Sentence First, Verdict Afterwards

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Episode Summary The trial of the Knave of Hearts proceeds during final Chapter 12 of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, where Alice’s Evidence is revealed to all. Will the tarts thief be revealed before our hero makes her Wonderland exit? Plus, learn all about Alice’s real life older sister Lorina Liddell. […]

Chapter 12 Alice’s Evidence

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Episode Summary In Chapter 11 of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland entitled Who Stole The Tarts?, Alice and Gryphon beat a hasty retreat to the trial of the Knave of Hearts, where some familiar faces serve as witnesses, judge and jury. Plus, learn how the very first published copies of Alice’s […]

Chapter 11 Who Stole The Tarts?

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Episode Summary In Chapter 10 of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland entitled The Lobster Quadrille, the Gryphon and the Mock Turtle favor us with a dance, while Alice has a little trouble with her recitation. Plus, enjoy a bowl of Beautiful Soup while Heather explains why Lewis Carroll included so many […]

Chapter 10 The Lobster Quadrille

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Episode Summary The Duchess returns in Chapter 9 of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, but don’t worry, she’s undergone a complete personality change! Meet everyone’s favorite half-eagle, half-lion, The Gryphon! Plus learn all about the origins of The Mock Turtle. Hope you like puns! Vocabulary Words For Young Listeners moral – noun […]

Chapter 9 The Mock Turtle’s Story

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Episode Summary In Chapter 8 of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice finally makes her way into the beautiful garden and engages in a most unusual game of croquet on the Queen’s Croquet-Ground. Say hello once again to White Rabbit and Cheshire Cat, meet the King and Queen of Hearts, and […]

Chapter 8 The Queen’s Croquet-Ground

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Episode Summary Pull up a chair next to the Hatter, Dormouse and March Hare and help yourself to the bread and butter! It’s Chapter 7 of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, A Mad Tea-Party, and everyone is invited. Why is a raven like a writing desk, anyway? Vocabulary Words For Young […]

Chapter 7 A Mad Tea-Party

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Episode Summary Chapter 6 Pig And Pepper introduces us to a whole slew of new Alice In Wonderland characters including the Duchess, Cheshire Cat, the baby who turns into a pig and more. Learn all about the origins of Cheshire Cat, and what he and George Harrison of the Beatles […]

Chapter 6 Pig And Pepper

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Episode Summary We’ll give you three guesses as to who Alice meets next in Wonderland in Chapter 5, Advice From A Caterpillar. Be told once again that there is no evidence that Lewis Carroll was on drugs, despite the hookah smoking and mushroom eating and Grace Slick songwriting this chapter […]

Chapter 5 Advice From A Caterpillar

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If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going, Any Road Will Take You There Every so often, I come across some Alice in Wonderland misquotes on social media. And when I say every so often, I mean every single day. Sometimes it is a Disney Alice quote mistakenly attributed to Lewis […]

The Secret Connection Between George Harrison and Cheshire Cat

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Episode Summary In Chapter 4 of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice gets herself into a sticky situation when she grows too large and gets stuck in the White Rabbit’s house! Meet fan favorite Bill the Lizard, play with the Alice in Wonderland puppy and learn some groovy Victorian slang. Vocabulary […]

Chapter 4 The Rabbit Sends In A Little Bill

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Episode Summary Chapter 3 of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland sees Alice and her new friends exiting the pool of tears and participating in a caucus race in which everybody has won and all must have prizes. Plus, learn about Lewis Carroll’s real life contributions to mathematics and voting systems! Vocabulary […]

Chapter 3 A Caucus-Race And A Long Tale

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Episode Summary Chapter 2 The Pool of Tears of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland finds our hero Alice stuck alone in the hallway of doors, until she meets a most curious Mouse swimming in a pool of her tears. Plus, learn about the REAL Alice and the poem All In The […]

Chapter 2 The Pool Of Tears

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O frabjous day! The Alice Is Everywhere podcast is finally here! What will we cover on our ALL Alice in Wonderland podcast? Why, I’m glad you asked! Here’s the official description: “Tune in to our Alice in Wonderland podcast for lighthearted commentary and analysis of the books Alice’s Adventures in […]

Chapter 1 Down The Rabbit-Hole

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How To Have a Very Alice in Wonderland Day in Las Vegas If you have ever journeyed to Las Vegas, you know that it is full of bright lights, video poker and misbehaving tourists. But did you also know it is full of Alice in Wonderland things to see and do? We […]

Alice in Wonderland in Las Vegas

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Editor’s Note: This post about White Rabbit lyrics has been sitting in my rough drafts for some time. With the news of the passing of Jefferson Airplane’s Paul Kantner, the latest untimely death this Month The Music Died (Lemmy, Bowie, Glenn Frey, Kantner…ay yi yi! Paul and Ringo, PLEASE take care […]

White Rabbit Lyrics – The Dormouse Said What?

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The 150th Anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland meant that Alice was Everywhere in 2015! When we last left our intrepid hero (me), she was still giddy from fabulous Alice in Wonderland exhibits in California and Texas, and preparing to launch this website. What happened next in the year Alice150? Well… […]

Part 2, Alice In Wonderland Year In Review 2015

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2015 was a very exciting year for Alice in Wonderland fans! The 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland inspired a plethora of Alice exhibits, conferences and celebrations all over the globe. I personally cannot afford to travel all over the globe, so I used some Southwest […]

2015 Alice In Wonderland Year In Review, Part 1

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Did you know that Alice in Wonderland started off as a Christmas present for a young girl? Once upon a time, there was a fellow named Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. Charles lived and worked at an Oxford college called Christ Church. While there, he enjoyed hanging out with little kids, especially […]

The Story of Alice’s Adventures Under Ground

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Gifts For Every Alice in Wonderland Fan Christmas shopping for your favorite Alice in Wonderland fan isn’t always easy. You find the perfect gift, then the doubts creep in. Does she already have it? Does she epitomize this character? Does she go for Disney, or is she purely original gangster […]

Alice in Wonderland Gift Guide

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How To Have a Very Alice in Wonderland Day on the Central Coast Are you like me? When you travel to a new city, do you research ahead of time and see if there are any attractions, hotels or restaurants with an Alice in Wonderland theme? No?! My Alice obsession may […]

Alice in Wonderland On California’s Central Coast

When Did the Alice in Wonderland Books Take Place? The casual Alice reader may be surprised to learn there are specific answers hiding in both books… When Did Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Take Place? Common Knowledge – May 4 Alice’s Evidence In Pig and Pepper, the sixth chapter of Alice’s […]

Alice in Wonderland Dates

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The Early Days of Cinema Produced the First Alice in Wonderland Movie in 1903 Most of you are acquainted with Disney’s 1951 classic animated film Alice in Wonderland. Some of you may be conversant with the 1933 live action Alice movie, featuring big stars like WC Fields, Gary Cooper and Cary […]

The First Alice in Wonderland Movie EVER

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Why Nine? Because Ten Unsexy Alice in Wonderland Costumes Do Not Exist Shopping for an unsexy Alice in Wonderland costume can be challenging. For example, this is the White Rabbit: Besides having to explain to everybody that you are, indeed, an incredibly sexy White Rabbit, this costume presents a host […]

Top 9 Least Sexy Alice in Wonderland Costumes

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The books have been read! The movies have been watched! The research has been researched! The focus groups have been consulted! Okay, that last part isn’t true. But everything else is! The Alice Is Everywhere podcast (our brand new Alice in Wonderland podcast!) is set to launch later this month. […]

Alice in Wonderland Podcast to Launch in Late October

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Mad Hatter Day, A Once Obscure Holiday… Is Still Pretty Obscure Did you know that October 6 is Mad Hatter Day? If you are trying to figure out why, simply take a look at his hat. 10/6! Get it?! Of course, the actual 10/6 on the Hatter’s hat is just […]

Mad Hatter Day Is October 6

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Dali’s 1969 Version of the Lewis Carroll Classic Was Previously Priced Over $12,000   Once upon a time, there was an artist named Salvador Dali. He was a strange cat. One day, Dali decided he would like to illustrate Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.** Predictably, it was weird. […]

Salvador Dali Alice in Wonderland Is Under $20

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Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland at the Alice150 Conference This Fall Okay, maybe Alice150 isn’t actually taking over New York City. However, from October 2-11, fervent Carrollians and regular folk alike have the opportunity to attend special events spread all over town in honor of the […]

Alice150 To Take Over New York City

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The enduring mystery of the puppy from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Today is National Dog Day. What better time to discuss an Alice in Wonderland character that has flummoxed readers for ages: the puppy that acts like a puppy. The Alice in Wonderland puppy shows up in Alice’s Adventures in […]

The Alice in Wonderland Puppy

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Travel Back in Time to The Jazz Age with Willy Pogany’s 1929 Flapper Alice in Wonderland Over the years, a veritable plethora of illustrators have taken a turn at Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. From time to time, I will feature some of my favorite Alice artists on this blog. Where […]

Willy Pogany and His Flapper Alice in Wonderland

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ALICE: A Steampunk Concert Fantasy Rocks the Hard Rock Check out Alice Is Everywhere’s Updated 2016 ALICE A Steampunk Concert Fantasy review! There are few things in this world I love as much as the book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. One is musical theater. Another is Vegas. So you can imagine […]

Steampunk Alice in Wonderland Lives in Las Vegas

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‘Have some wine,’ the March Hare said in an encouraging tone. Alice looked all round the table, but there was nothing on it but tea. ‘I don’t see any wine,’ she remarked. ‘There isn’t any,’ said the March Hare. ‘Then it wasn’t very civil of you to offer it,’ said […]

White Queen Chardonnay Wine Review

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What it’s like to watch Disney’s Alice in Wonderland for the first time as an adult. True confession time: I, who profess to be completely obsessed with Alice in Wonderland – truly, an enthusiast bordering on fanatic – I, until last week, had never seen Disney’s 1951 classic film Alice […]

Disney’s Alice in Wonderland – A Belated Movie Review

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AKA The Walrus and the Carpenter or the… Whatever, Just Make It Three Syllables! Analyzing Alice in Wonderland books is endless fun. What was the Caterpillar smoking? Did Lewis Carroll hate little boys? Who is the Queen of Hearts, really? Why a rabbit hole??? Countless questions have been discussed by […]

The Walrus and the… Butterfly?!

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On Ringo Starr’s birthday, we look back at an often overlooked bit of Beatles history. As a huge fan of both Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and the Beatles, nothing could be more exciting to me when those two worlds collide. Like they did when Ringo Starr played the Mock Turtle […]

Happy Birthday to Our Favorite Mock Turtle!

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New Alice in Wonderland Statue to be Installed in Texas Park in 2016 Alice in Wonderland fans, do you ever dream you are strolling along, minding your own business, when you suddenly stumble upon a Mad Hatter, a March Hare and a sleepy Dormouse at tea? Do you ever imagine […]

A (Mad) Texas Tea Party

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The 4th of July is obviously a pretty important day for the United States of America. But did you know, it’s also the anniversary of one of the most influential books in the entire world? One hundred and fifty years ago today, the very first edition of Alice’s Adventures in […]

Happy Alice in Wonderland Day!