Friday, September 28, 2007

Neil Gaiman Says Writers are Otters

Guardian Unlimited has a feature Neil Gaiman where he talks about his writing craft, his popularity, and his childhood:
"Five years ago I was exactly the right level of fame," he muses. "If you weren't a fan of mine you probably hadn't heard of me but I could always get my calls returned if I needed to. Now I'm at a point where I will be recognised in public which is really weird as an author because authors don't get recognised and suddenly I find myself bouncing from a completely private individual to having somebody saying 'I'm a big fan of yours' and it throws me. I don't expect it and I don't imagine it."

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