Tag Archives: Edward Gorey

Mr. Earbrass Returns

New work from Edward Gorey? Yes please. With the recent publication of The Angel, The Automobilist, and Eighteen Others, Mark Dery is here to raise the question of who this genius belongs to, one more time. Continue reading

 

The Importance of Being Ogdred: A Conversation with Mark Dery

Mark Dery is an essayist, educator, and cultural critic whose work you should know. Hopefully, his new biography will kick-start a reawakening: Edward Gorey was one of the darkest and lightest, funniest and dismalest, most original and most historically-rooted visual storytellers of his (or any other) time. Continue reading

 

Edward Gorey and the Eccentric Macabre

He could make us shiver as we grinned and vice versa (mostly vice) Continue reading

 

Small Human Ordinariness: An Interview With Tom Gauld

The British author of Goliath talks to Hayley Campbell about storytelling, drawing and youthful dreams. Continue reading