Writing Advice From Neil Gaiman and Bruce Campbell, Written on My Old Powerbook G4, 2005

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dynamicsubspace/5429405863 In 2005, I had the pleasure of meeting Neil Gaiman and Bruce Campbell during their separate book tours (Anansi Boys for Gaiman and If Chins Could Kill for Campbell). I asked each of these great people for advice on writing, which they committed to the front of my old 12″ Powerbook G4. Campbell wrote, “GetContinue reading “Writing Advice From Neil Gaiman and Bruce Campbell, Written on My Old Powerbook G4, 2005”

Recovered Writing: Undergraduate Postmodernism Final Paper, Family and Kinship in King Rat and American Gods, Summer 2005

This is the third post in a series that I call, “Recovered Writing.” I am going through my personal archive of undergraduate and graduate school writing, recovering those essays I consider interesting but that I am unlikely to revise for traditional publication, and posting those essays as-is on my blog in the hope of engagingContinue reading “Recovered Writing: Undergraduate Postmodernism Final Paper, Family and Kinship in King Rat and American Gods, Summer 2005”

Loathsome Troglodyte Matt Dean of Minnesota Calls Neil Gaiman “pencil-necked little weasel,” Norse Gods Angered

BoingBoing earlier today posted an excerpt from the Star Tribune about Minnesota House Majority Leader Matt Dean declaring war on the Duke Boys, er, Neil Gaiman: House Majority Leader Matt Dean said he reminded Urdahl of the “importance of making sure he has [Republican] caucus support” for Legacy funding for arts and cultural heritage projects,Continue reading “Loathsome Troglodyte Matt Dean of Minnesota Calls Neil Gaiman “pencil-necked little weasel,” Norse Gods Angered”