Maurice Sendak, Lisbeth Zwerger, Edward Gorey, David Hockney, Shaun Tan, and more.
one of my favorite thinkers about comics, Philip Nel, walks us through Maurice Sendak's will. Todd Klein on Justice League #41, Astro City #23 Back Issue #80 and Astro City #22. I missed this one. Rob McMonigal on Stray Vol. 1. Mike Sterling on Superman #41, although my hunch is he'd probably hesitate to call it a review. Show More Summary
Count Counsellor is a UK producer who specializes in a hazy, soulful sound that evokes “young Stevie Wonder” or “an illustrated film drawn by Maurice Sendak.” (He name-checks quite a few other artists in a mini-manifesto that you can check out over on the premiere we did for “Cloud Calls.”) Today he’s released a new […]
The Breman Museum has been hosting the “Where the Wild Things Are: Maurice Sendak in His Own Words and Pictures” exhibit. Here’s more from the press release: “The exhibition includes interactive locations where visitors dress up like wild things, slide into a bowl of chicken soup, and pick one of many of Sendak’s books to read on Rosie’s Stoop. Show More Summary
So yesterday I told you all Happy Iced Tea Day, when what I meant to say was Happy Maurice Sendak's birthday! But I forgot, so I'm telling you a day late. Do put on your wolf suit 1 and tell us what fragrance you're wearing today. I'm wearing a dab of Dior Eau Sauvage in honor of Max. Reminder: this Friday, 6/12, we're looking at literary connections...
Today marks the 87th birthday of children’s books creator Maurice Sendak. Sendak passed away in 2012. To honor the life of this Caldecott Medal-winning illustrator, we’ve put together a list of four ideas on how to celebrate. 1. Up for...Show More Summary
A subversive celebration of how books transform us.
UnknownNet Photography via Flickr // CC BY-SA 2.0 In Maurice Sendak's 1963 children’s book, Max, a little boy in a wolf costume, is sent to bed without supper. So he sails on a boat to a faraway land where he tames the Wild Things, becomes their king, and leads them on a wild rumpus. Show More Summary
Bear’s Den – On Sale 5/1 10 AM ET Bear’s Den, inspired by Maurice Sendak’s 1963 children’s classic Where The Wild Things Are, is the London based trio of Andrew Davie, Kev Jones, and Joey Haynes. They create music which dares to be both literate and profound while remaining universally accessible. They will be performing live at […]
A dialogue in darkness and light across two centuries of magic and genius.
Colourful, loud, and fun: make a set of rainbow noise makers and join in the Big Wild Rumpus party! Wild Rumpus rainbow noise makers To celebrate the reissuing of Maurice Sendak’s book ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ we are joining in with The Big Wild Rumpus, hosted by Random House and Wild Rumpus. Show More Summary
As President Barack Obama started reading Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are" during the annual Easter Egg Roll event, kids began to make noise as bees buzzed nearby. "Oh no, it's a bee. That's OK, guys. Bees are good, they won't land on you. Show More Summary
As President Obama read Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are" to a group of children at the White House Easter Egg Roll, a single bee descended -- and with it, pandemonium. At first, the president tried to calm the screaming kids down with reason. "It’s O.K. guys. Bees are good," he told them. "They […]
On Monday, at the White House Easter Egg Roll, President Obama’s reading of Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are was interrupted by bees. The children in attendance screamed, because children and bees are natural enemies. The President urged them to stop screaming, because “bees are good,” and besides, wild things wouldn’t be afraid of bees. What a great day. Read more...
From Japanese pop-up magic to Scandinavian storytelling to Maurice Sendak, a gentle primer on the messiness of mourning and the many faces and phases of grief.
A group of locals from Ridgefield hope to build a museum to honor the legendary children’s books creator, Maurice Sendak. Sendak spent forty years of his life as a resident of this small Connecticut town. Both the Maurice Sendak Foundation and the townspeople have approved the pursuants’ proposal. Show More Summary
From Maurice Sendak to the real-life story of a gay penguin family, by way of grandmothers and kings.
By Maurice Sendak: “But the wild things cried, “Oh please don’t go – we’ll eat you up – we love you so!” And Max said, “No!” The wild things roared their terrible roars and gnashed their terrible teeth and rolled their terrible eyes and showed their terrible claws but Max stepped into his private boat […]
At 7:43 pm on Dec 28, after a lengthy standing ovation, the curtain went down on the final performance of Pacific Northwest Ballet’s The Nutcracker before its indefinite hiatus. After 32 years, this Nutcracker, designed by Maurice Sendak...Show More Summary
- Americana Exchange has posted their list of the top 500 auction prices paid for books and manuscripts in 2014.- More details are emerging from the Rosenbach's lawsuit over Maurice Sendak's estate; the value and categorization of some...Show More Summary