Chris Riddell (author of Goth Girl) on Ada Lovelace

Chris Riddell, the author of the hilariously witty (and knowingly intertextual) Goth Girl children’s series, talks here about how the life of Ada Lovelace, pioneering computer programmer and daughter of Lord Byron, has influenced his work.

About William the Bloody

Cat lover. 18C scholar on the dialogue and novel. Co-convenor OGOM Project
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3 Responses to Chris Riddell (author of Goth Girl) on Ada Lovelace

  1. firekrank says:

    I just wanted to post the ‘Reading the Gothic’ reaction to ‘Goth Girl and the Ghost of a Mouse’. Needless to say, we loved it –

  2. Thanks, Kaja. Sam introduced me to it–it’s dead funny!

  3. Pingback: Chris Riddell’s Goth Girl and the Wuthering Fright | Open Graves, Open Minds

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