is really funny. I bet General Zod would post it on his blog too, if he had one.
Variety reviews The Wolves in the Walls -- "a thrilling, frequently beautiful stage adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean's merrily creepy picture book." -- http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117935039.html?categoryid=33&cs=1
as does Theatermania http://www.theatermania.com/content/news.cfm/story/11767
and the New York Sun http://www.nysun.com/article/64257 which begins, Chalk it up to Americans' overly anxious views of parenting, but here's a phrase one tends not to hear in the States as the childrens' bedroom lights are switched off: "If the wolves come out of the walls, it's all over."
I want to make one of these. If I finish my book in time before the ground here freezes, I shall make one. If not it'll wait until spring...
Sharon Stiteler and I went out today and did what will probably be our penultimate beehive visit before the winter sets in (next time we'll be insulating the hives against the evil midwestern winter). Sharon has claimed for as long as I've known her that we have a Saw-Whet owl around here, and finally, yesterday, she saw it (and so did I).
I was fascinated by this article in the New York Times -- both by what it says about science, food and dieting, and even more, what it says about people.
Lisa Snellings-Clark is having a hallowe'en sale, which includes a Neil Rat with Glow in the Dark eyes. And she's interviewed here.
Gilbert Hernandez is profiled in the LA Times.
And from the Forbidden Planet blog I learned that the second volume of ABSOLUTE SANDMAN comes out, well, now. (And someone just wrote to tell me that if you preorder it from Amazon you get an additional 5% off, bringing it to 42% off. Which is not as good a deal as the 87% off they accidentally offered Volume 1 at, but it's not bad...)
Labels: bees, lisa snellings, one of those posts where I explain that I won't be posting as much for a bit which is normally followed by several long posts and lots of short ones, stuff, wolves in the walls