A beautifully illustrated edition of the thrilling, wintry Nordic tale by Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell, who together weave a truly magical story of legend and adventure that will grip and enchant readers from beginning to end.
Journey into a world like no other, overseen by still-living giant prehistoric spiders the size of dinner plates
seeking kinky love in the dark. Meet animals that outlasted the dinosaurs, survived the splitting of the continents
and that have endured the entirety of human civilization in Australia’s deepest caves.
The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald LoTR J.R.R. Tolkien Watership Down. Richard Adams The Once and Future King T.H. White Lord of Light Roger Zelzany A Wizard of Earthsea Ursula K. LeGuin The Prince of Tides Pat Conroy A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens Catch-22 Joseph Heller
Favorite Music - Grateful Dead, Janis Ian
Favorite TV: (short list- he loves TV) Rome, Deadwood, The Expanse, Boardwalk Empire, Big Bang Theory
Favorite Science Fiction & Fantasy Movies: Aliens, The Princess Bride, Blade Runner, LOTR, Dark City, Pan’s Labyrinth, Hell Boy
April is here, though up where I am there is still a lot more snow than flowers. The weirdness continues, all around the world. Sometimes it is hard to recall how much has changed in just one month. Regular readers of my Not A Blog and the Wild Cards website know that I usually do
I got a message from my friend Jonah Nolan last week. Jonah is one of the creators and showrunners of HBO’s WESTWORLD, along with his wife Lisa Joy, and he told me to be sure to catch Sunday’s episode, there might be something that would amuse me. Truth be told, I would have been watching
A lot of people are going to need a lot of help in the wake of the coronavirus. Among them will be many artists and writers, whose incomes are uncertain at the best of times. No unemployment benefits for them. My friends Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman have pointed me toward a website to assist