Alan Tannenbaum has been actively collecting all aspects of Carrolliana for more than thirty years. He recently retired from IBM after thirty-three years, and now devotes a significant amount of time to book collecting, writing, and networking with other collectors, scholars, and book dealers around the world. A past president of the LCSNA, Alan has lectured on various aspects of Lewis Carroll; his publications include coediting Pictures and Conversations: Lewis Carroll in the Comics (Ivory Door, 2003) and Square Alice (privately published). He lives in Massachusetts. He is technical editor of Alice in a World of Wonderlands, the Translations of Lewis Carroll’s Masterpiece (Oak Knoll, 2015), and co-curator of the current exhibition at the Grolier Club in New York City.