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The Graveyard Book

I don’t think you can know me for very long without realizing I like Neil Gaiman’s writing quite a lot. Some of it’s better than other bits, but over all, the man continues to put out wonderful books. His newest novel, The Graveyard Book, underscores his reputation as a great writer. I read it in […]

Signal to Noise

Signal to Noise was written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Dave McKean—I don’t want to say ‘drew by’ because McKean, as usual, does much more than draw. The story originally ran in 1989, in the magazine The Face—the fashion marrow of the 80’s—to communicate what the new decade would mean. It’s the story of […]