So instead I shall point you to the little teaser placeholder Stardust site up at http://www.stardustmovie.com/, and a Kathy Li photo of the San Diego panel.
... and mention that John Crowley's Little, Big, one of my favourite books in the world, is coming out in a 25th anniversary edition early next year.
Dear Mr. Gaiman,
Before I ask my question I'd first like to apologize. While you were doing a reading of poems and short stories at Yale in New Haven, on the 25th of July, 2006, I accidently turned off the lights.
I was excited, eager to see you at a distance of at least thirty feet and to hear you read some things I've never heard or read before. What I ended up doing was accidently turning off the lights. Sorry about that.
Now for my question:
Where does one find a Hungarian Waiter coat? As a Hungarian it's an issue of national pride. An Englishman has a Hungarian coat and I don't...well, suffice it to say I've got my eyes open. Thank you and again, sorry about the light.
Frank Kovacs, the Hungarian
Not a problem on the lights. It merely added to the overall wossname. Atmosphere.
Aardvark's on Melrose was where I found the Hungarian Waiter's Jacket, a few years ago. (It came out on this trip because the lightweight leather jackets were all off being repaired and even I wasn't foolish enough to wear a heavy leather jacket in this weather.)
There. Sleep now.