Alice in Wonderland journal

I have an inordinate fondness for Alice in Wonderland stuff -- it was the first book I ever read on my own -- and I'm really delighted by this sweet little Alice journal/blank book I just picked up. It features a nice mix of the Tenniel art as well as other classic public domain versions of Alice, and some great quotations from the book. It's got a nice moleskine-style elastic in Alice Blue, too. Link


  1. Miss Melissa;
    I’m not sure how much I like your writing yet, but it’s certainly slick and evocative. (Take no offense to my uncertainty- I’m usually like that. I need to read more of it!) Where is bloodmaker’s daughter sold?

  2. Tenn –

    i think i have the scraps of one in my dresser that you’re free to have! i’m working on a new one for summer, probably with a different range of work, the one i have up on my (ancient, must redo) website is just a WEEE old.

    i see you have a dA, i’ll be sending you a note :D

  3. Looking forward to reading more, then!

    Oh, and don’t look at my DA writing. It’s terrible! Good to meet you, and I’ll be eagerly awaiting that note.

  4. I was lucky enough to find a great Alice in Wonderland in a used bookstore – small format, printed in London; the clearest reproduction of the complete Tenniel illustrations I’ve ever seen. That one stays on the bookshelf with the select few… where I can find it easily.

  5. For a great alternate illustrative interpretation, check out Ralph Steadman’s version.

  6. I always buy journals, and never fill them. Still, something to add to the [ever growing] collection.

  7. agent 86 –

    i am so the same way. worse is that i bind my own journals on ocassion. so when i get an idea, i rush to make one and i have nothing to stick in it.

  8. I also love Alice. I treasure my 1st edition of the Annotated Alice with the Tenniel illustrations,partly because my Mom gave it to me and because it is a beautiful book.

  9. I have some Alice illustrations here in the portfolio section of my site:

    The ones in black with blue tones in the “illustration” section. Some day I hope to get a book off the ground.

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