Tag: Neil Gaiman

Oops

Make mistakes. Make great mistakes, make wonderful mistakes, make glorious mistakes. Better to make a hundred mistakes than to star at a blank piece of paper to do anything wrong, too scared to do anything. Critics will grumble. Of course they will. That’s one of the functions of critics. As an artist it’s your job …

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I can’t catch up…

This  weekend, I finished reading Neil Gaiman’s The View from the Cheap Seats. If you read last Wednesday’s post, you already knew that was on my list. It’s a collection of speeches, essays and other short writings over the years. And it makes me wonder why I hadn’t found his writing sooner. Much like coming late …

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