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Neil Gaiman - Neverwhere (1996)

Richard made another entry in his mental diary. Today, he thought, I’ve survived walking the plank, the kiss of death, and a lecture on inflicting pain.

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Listen Up, Readers! That Little Voice Inside Your Head

O. B Hardison, Jr. in his article “On the Road Again with Recorded Books” regales his readers on his own experiences with audiobooks. Toward the beginning of the essay, he offers a few tips to readers about which books to listen to. 732 more words

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Instructions, Neil Gaiman

Instructions, Neil Gaiman

Touch the wooden gate in the wall you never
saw before.
Say “please” before you open the latch,
go through,
walk down the path. 498 more words

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Boys and Girls Together, Neil Gaiman

Boys and Girls Together, Neil Gaiman

Boys don’t want to be princes.
Boys want to be shepherds who slay dragons,
maybe someone gives you half a kingdom and a princess, 241 more words

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Neil Gaiman - Neverwhere (1996)

The abbot raised his blind head, sniffed the air, and smiled. “The first part of the Ordeal of the Key,” he said, “is the nice cup of tea. Do you take sugar?”

Fiction

Backstage at the Blog: M is for Muse

I sat down to write my letter M post about margins– or media–or menus …

Umm, no.

The letter M is well represented around here by the Muse, so I guess I should just relent and talk about him! 191 more words

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Ars Longa 008

Title: Thought and Memory 004; Size: 4×6; Media: Paper, acrylic paint, india ink, silk organza, acetate

This piece, made as a requested donation for the Richmond Art Gallery (“Spring into Art” silent auction fundraiser event on 24th May 2014), acquired its title, Thought and Memory 004, from the Neil Gaiman novel, American Gods. 854 more words