These gathered images are nineteenth century dageurrotypes. Because of the technology used in producing daguerrotypes, over time they were prone to scratching and corroding in sometimes quite dramatic and meaningful ways. While making… Continue reading
Tune in to Books and Arts Daily at 10.45 am, 28 September, for an interview with Tohby Riddle about Unforgotten by Radio National’s, Sarah L’Estrange. If you miss it, go here for… Continue reading
27 SEPTEMBER: The Children’s Bookshop Unforgotten will be introduced by Tohby Riddle to teachers, librarians and interested readers, 4.30–5.30 pm Thursday 27 September at The Children’s Bookshop, Beecroft, Sydney. The event is free, but bookings are… Continue reading
Two comprehensive resources for Unforgotten are now available. They are Teachers Notes by Dr Robyn Sheahan-Bright (12 pages) and Notes on the Making of Unforgotten by Tohby Riddle (6 pages, illustrated). Click on… Continue reading
This image was a bit of an experiment that was intended as possible endpaper art. When the endpaper concept changed, it wasn’t needed. In construction, it extends some of the book’s artwork techniques.… Continue reading
Five copies of Unforgotten are being offered as prizes at Kids Book Review. Competition runs 17–23 September 2012.
Tohby Riddle answers “Ten Terrifying Questions” for online bookseller Booktopia.
This interview with book reviewer Sarah Mayor Cox and Mornings host Ann Jones went to air recently on ABC Central Victoria. To hear the broadcast, which is about 5 minutes of audio, go… Continue reading