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Tag: Neil Gaiman
Guy in Your MFA tweeter gets literary attention that should rightfully go to guys in MFAs
Dana Schwartz’s parody accounts gleefully skewer pretentious writing majors and the dystopian YA novels that enrage them.
The best books we can’t wait to read in 2015
Here’s a list of 29 upcoming titles we’re looking forward to.
What we learned at the Chicago Humanities Festival 2013
What we learned at the Chicago Humanities Festival: Robots, pigs, Bambi, and more
Action Comedy now in action at Challengers
Action Comedy: Megan Gailey headlines the debut of a comic showcase.
Weird things customers say in bookstores, another blog-based book, and Seminary Co-op on the move
Two new books on books, both based on blogs, and the Seminary Co-op gets a new home
Our five best bets for fall books
Our five best bets for fall books: Ray Bradbury, Chris Ware, Fran Lebowitz, and more
Q&A: New Yorker art editor Francoise Mouly on New Yorker covers, Maurice Sendak, and more
New Yorker art editor Francoise Mouly: Artists—they’re totally adorable
’52’ equals zero
A look at DC Entertainment’s New 52
Neil Gaiman Is the Featured Author for This Year’s One Book, One Chicago
Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere is the featured book for Chicago’s annual citywide reading program, One Book, One Chicago