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Dragons are good for the economy

You may call it genre-bending or genre-defying or doing away with genre-snobbery, Gaiman and Ishiguro had this most fantastic conversation which you cannot afford to miss. 110 more words

The Friday Fun: June 12 2015

There’s no hard and fast rule that says that bad things can’t happen on a weekend. But in the same way we don’t dispute that most babies are born at night, or that most people named Alan are a bit odd, or that your luggage will never, ever be the first off the carousel after a long flight, we all know that most good things happen on Fridays, Saturdays and glorious Sunday afternoons. 804 more words

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“Let's talk about genre”: Neil Gaiman And Kazuo Ishiguro In Conversation

Came across this wonderful article on the New Statesman, about two authors I adore and on a topic that’s close to my heart:

Neil Gaiman’s…

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kazuo ishiguro: never let me go

I discovered this book through the movie ‘Never Let Me Go’ which I actually didn’t watch but stumbled upon some 20 minutes after it started. 413 more words

Dystopia

Living in the Haze of Memory: Thoughts on Ishiguro's The Buried Giant

The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro certainly has something giant buried deep within its pages, something entangled in a web of mist that lies hidden from the people of its world. 1,111 more words

Buried

Is the Horror Genre Dying?

Hear me out: There’s this great interview with Kazuo Ishiguro and Neil Gaiman making the rounds, so I’ll reproduce a part that was really interesting to me: 348 more words

Sacred Art

The Buried Giant

I just finished The Buried Giant yesterday. I read the whole thing over the course of a two week work-cation so the entire book is still fresh in my mind, which I much prefer to those times when I’m forced to read a book like this over a much longer time horizon. 873 more words

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