The USC Libraries Wonderland Award competition was founded in 2005 by Board of Councilors member Linda Cassady to foster engagement with the libraries’ Cassady Lewis Carroll Collection, donated in 2000 by Dr. George Cassady. Students are encouraged to explore all facets of the Carrollian universe in their projects, which can take the form of artworks, poetry, games, films, plays, nonfiction analyses, and much more. Due to the pandemic, we combined the 2020 and 2021 competitions. This gallery features all 26 of the submissions for the two years and showcases the usual extraordinary creativity and diversity of thought from our students. The awards this year are held in conjunction with the Lewis Carroll Society of North America’s spring 2021 conference. The first prize for the competition is generously awarded by an anonymous donor from the Society. To learn more about the collection and competition, visit libraries.usc.edu/wonderland.