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‘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

Of Mice and Ted and Nuts and the Tinies

Edward Gorey’s beloved New York City Ballet is once again performing George Balanchine’s famous production of The Nutcracker for live audiences. To celebrate, we would like to share these memories and reflections of Mr. Gorey as a member of those audiences by his close friend, the dance writer Robert Greskovic. Mr. Greskovic writes about dance … Continued

Voyage with a Vampire

The Edward Gorey Charitable Trust is pleased announce the launch of our occasional blog with our first guest contribution – a reflection on Edward Gorey and Dracula, from renowned Gorey collector and scholar, Irwin Terry. Mr. Terry’s own blog, Goreyana, now in its fourteenth year, is an all-encompassing excursion into the works and worlds of its eponymous subject. Please … Continued