Neil Gaiman "Graveyard Book" event to benefit Open Rights Group


7 Responses to “Neil Gaiman "Graveyard Book" event to benefit Open Rights Group”

  1. Beanolini says:

    Just out of interest, does anyone know the identities of the other nine of the Dictionary of Literary Biography’s top living post-modern writers? A google search turned up nothing but various versions of Mr. Gaiman’s biography.

  2. Anonymous says:

    It’s been a long time — I think that the Dictionary article came out in about 1995 or 1996 — after Mr Punch was released, anyway. I remember that William Gibson was on the list, and so was Kathy Acker. William Burroughs and Carol Emshwiller were almost definitely on it, too. And there were eleven people on the top ten list, because the writer said that was a very postmodern thing to do. Beyond that, you’re on your own.


  3. Anonymous says:

    Wow great idea with the ORG. Neil Gaiman is one of my favorites, I hope that he will continue writing many many many books. (Sorry for my bad englisch)

    Tom from TheJunction

  4. Kieran O'Neill says:

    Damn, that’s the day after I move to Canada. Otherwise, I’d be there like a shot.

    And all hail Mr. Gaiman!

  5. mdhatter says:

    Some other stuff Mr. Gaiman has been up to.

    That should be very good, no?

  6. Beanolini says:

    #2, Anonymous:
    Thanks for that… I’ve just found that Wikipedia has a list of postmodern authors.

    #5, MDHatter:
    Yes, indeed.

  7. sally599 says:

    Strangely, I only even know who this guy is because he has beehives which are co-blogged on by someone else I read. The net has really changed the way we experience things.

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