Category Archives: Neil Gaiman

In Memoriam: Terry Pratchett

One of my favorite writers died today at the age of sixty-six. I can’t recall exactly how I got interested in Pratchett’s work, but I think part of it was due to the fact that he occasionally referenced my favorite … Continue reading

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It’s an Egg’s Life

Of all the strange and oddly named characters in nursery rhymes, one of the most famous has to be Humpty Dumpty, perhaps the first egg to receive a name. Versions of the poem date back to at least 1797, and … Continue reading

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They Don’t Know That We Are the Media

Amanda Palmer has become somewhat of a controversial figure, or at least was a few years ago. I get the impression that, when she married Neil Gaiman, a lot of his fans weren’t all that happy about it, and judged … Continue reading

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