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The Edward Gorey Oral History Project: Alexander Theroux

Gorey Voices, the Oral History Project, is an initiative of The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust designed to preserve and advance the legacy of Edward Gorey. The Trust will be conducting a series of interviews with prominent members of the Gorey community in both video and audio formats. We are particularly interested in working with individuals who knew Edward Gorey personally or otherwise interacted with him, as well as those who have had rich experiences with his work, as collectors, scholars, or otherwise.

Edward Gorey: One Artist with a Twofold Wit

Rye Arts Center’s current exhibition, Artists of the Night: Gothic Literature Scenes, Songs and Stories, showcases works by various artists including Edward Gorey and Charles Addams. The Show’s curator Maureen Amaturo, shares some insights into the exhibition and opening night.

At Last,  an Edward Gorey Liberty Puzzle or How It Came to Be

Retired federal engineer and investigator, Gorey devotee Patrice Miller (@aredian_press, shares with us in this month’s blog her experience of bringing a dream to fruition: an Edward Gorey Liberty Puzzle. She is already on the hunt for the next puzzle image.

‘A Gorey Halloween’ is an odd-tasting treat

Adapting the slightly askew writings and illustrations of Edward Gorey for the screen is a difficult and seldom-attempted challenge. EGCT friend Todd Camp shares his thoughts on one little-seen adaptation that even Gorey’s most ardent fans may never have experienced. Todd, a former entertainment journalist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in Texas, has been a … Continued