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
Author: Raquel Serebrenik
The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust’s inaugural newsletter features information on the Trust’s efforts and findings, an article written by top Gorey market expert Christine von de Linn. and highlights how fans can support our efforts to partner with animal welfare casues.