Here's an article from the British Medical Journal I like the idea of...
An odd New York Times article about copyright and art...
Jack Williamson passed away, aged 98. I think the first SF novel I ever read was his book Seetee Shock, although it wasn't until I read his novel of shapechangers, Darker than You Think, as a teenager, that I knew I was a fan.
My story "How to Talk to Girls At Parties" has been picked up by Jonathan Strahan for his Year's Best SF anthology
Neil,Could I borrow your readers for a few weeks?I am currently touring the USA in a MINI convertible visiting the smallest town in each of the contiguous 48 states. I was wondering if you would publish my web address (www.usain80days.com) on your site so that I could temporarily avail myself of the tasteful and learned throng that seems to accumulate around NeilGaiman.com?
Many thanks in advance.Terence
I really liked the photos, so sure.
The most important news this week is that Alan Moore (now legal in Canada) will be a guest on The Simpsons. (http://www.northantsnews.co.uk/ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=317&ArticleID=1865011)
Hello Mr Gaiman. I heard that the project you're working on with Penn Jillette is a film adaptation of the book 'The Road to Endor' by EH Jones. Is this true? And is it likely that the book will come back into print as a result? Regardless, I'm looking forward to it. KJ Forrest.
True and I hope so...
Hi my eternal idol, er I mean, Neil. I read your entry on wills and thought you might like to add this link to it. The link is from LAWCHEK® & Lawsonline™ and gives a listing of which states accept or do not accept a holographic will. I'm so glad mine does, because at this time I can't afford a real lawyer.
Thanks Michele. That's really useful.
And one I've been puzzling over for a couple of days...
Though I appreciate that few books are entirely without typographical errors, I was sort of hoping The Absolute Sandman might have been one of them.
The Absolute Sandman, p.34:
"Alex hands over the reins of organization to Paul McGuire, ..."
Did this really go unnoticed all these years, or did the correction slip through the cracks?
A dedicated reader,
I've read it a dozen times and can't work out what the typo is. Let me know if you can figure it out.