An In-Depth Article about a prolific fairy-tale genre bender

Neil Gaiman is one of my favorite authors. His ability to capture characters in such a way that the reader begins to analyze the personality as well as the surrounding plot is amazing. I’m rarely dissatisfied with any of his work. I remember seeing him at the Chicago Public Library Harold Washington Branch during the Chicago Humanities Festival. It was really great to hear him talk about writing and his collaborations. This article below ‘Kid Goth’ by Dana Goodyear is great for Neil Gaiman fans and people who want to know just a little bit more about the Man behind great works like “Coraline”, “Sandman”, and “The graveyard book”.

PS. Not all his work are for children.

The New Yorker

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