On a hot spring day, Alice leaps from a stifling photographer's studio into Wonderland, a world where cakes talk, cats smoke, and little girls change size. In Part Two, she tries to repeat the adventure by stepping Through the Looking Glass. Alice's second journey is more inversion than fantasy, a place of fleeting memories and mismatched childhood dreams. An invigorating race through the brain of a curious girl, based on Lewis Carroll's Alice books.
"...what's so engaging about Hartman's Alice is the Carroll-ian playfulness and sweetly compelling thoughtfulness she's applied to the task.... In her Alice, curiosity is its own reward. And ours."