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

Retired federal engineer and investigator, Gorey devotee Patrice Miller (@aredian_press, www.aredian.co) 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

Collecting and Sharing Edward Gorey’s Artwork

by Malcolm Whyte While browsing Mill Valley’s Capricorn Books in 1963, two scaly-winged creatures holding a portrait of a wan little girl lured me past its dolorous purple covers, into The Hapless Child by Edward Gorey. It was a thin paperback, but the drawings were densely drawn in pen and in the manner of the … Continued