If those of you with blogs could be so kind as to re-blog this, wider attention should help keep the momentum up. (Oooh, and as soon as I wrote that, a mention in Pop Candy! Thanks, Whitney!)
Jacqui writes to say:
I was thinking that if the anteater is a girl, we should call it Coraline or Coraline Gaiman. It fits in with the release of the movie. Good for branding.
An excellent point! We shall have to vote on a male and a female name in order to cover all of our anteater bases.
The ever-Fabulous Lorraine has grown a carrot with vegetable identity disorder (VID).
Between this and the devil tomato, you have to wonder what unholy energeries are trapped in Mr. G's soil. Was an Old One summoned on the spot where his garden now sits? Does his house sit over a Hellmouth?
And now for your daily tab closings:
- Mr. G writes to mourn: There are a couple of Birdchick blog entries in my garden, about banding and Orioles. They made me homesick. Very unfair that I can see her blog but not my own. Ah well. You could link to the Oriole and the kestrel, maybe?
- I have added the details for the Philadelphia stop of the GRAVEYARD BOOK US Tour.
- Colleen Doran has a page of original Sandman art up for sale on eBay.
- Those who pre-order Who Killed Amanda Palmer will receive a code enabling them to download "I Google You" (lyrics by Mr. G).
- Mr. G's story, "Bitter Grounds", is reprinted in a new anthology, The Living Dead.
(And while I'm linking to anthologies featuring the boss, The Apocalypse Reader features a really great, goblin-approved line-up.)