Lewis Carroll born 1832: Alice Liddell, badgered Carroll to complete an improvised story told to her on a boat trip. It went on to become the classic Alice's Adventures Underground - then renamed to 'Wonderland'. Read about Alice's Adventures
Patricia Morrisroe - Author
Patricia Morrisroe lives and sleeps in New York. She was a contributing editor at New York Magazine for ten years in addition to writing for many publications including Vanity Fair, Vogue, The Sunday Times Magazine, and Travel & Leisure. She is also the author of the photographer Robert Mapplethorpe's biography.
Featured Books, with extracts, by Patricia Morrisroe