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An Interview With Simon Loxley

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Let Thee Play The Scribe

Mark Dery is looking for help transcribing interviews with Edward Gorey for the biography he is working on about Gorey.  The stint is unpaid, but could be a good opportunity for one of you out there:

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Time Capsule: June 23, 1973

June 23, 1973: Forty years ago today The House with a Clock in its Walls was published. That’s roughly 1,261,440,000 seconds ago – but who’s counting?

Saturday, June 15, 2013

"House" at 40 Fan Art: The High Street Wizards

Where’s There: Barnavelt House

The residence at 100 High Street in New Zebedee, Michigan, is the home of Jonathan Barnavelt and his nephew, Lewis, who moves to the house in the summer of 1948 [The House with a Clock in its Walls; 3].

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

BiblioFile: The House with a Clock in its Walls (1973)

The Goreyana blog has been – and continues to be – a great source for information about collecting the artwork of Edward Gorey. Back in 2009 the blog’s author, Irwin Terry, began a series of posts about the artwork Gorey created for the books by John Bellairs and those completed and continued by Brad Strickland. It took about two years to get through it all but in the end there was some splendid insights shared into a side of the books many were not familiar with. All said, Irwin was at the top of our list of people we wanted to hear from about which of Gorey's interior artwork created for the original edition of House was the best.