Monday, January 18, 2010

Neil Gaiman in the New Yorker

A sort of strange profile of N. Gaiman in this week's New Yorker occasionally gives me the impression that the writer interviewed a Neil Gaiman impersonator (perhaps a version with a goatee), rather than the man himself. Somehow, many of the quotes come out sounding like someone else said them. Although it does include the great line, "At the age of four, I was bit by a radioactive awesome."

Also, there's the bit about NG's alternative career as a bespoke religion designer.

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