The results are really odd.
|Photo by Connie Beckers|
|Chaun Webster and Verna Wong in front of what will be their new bookstore|
|Minnesota Local History & Historic Preservation|
|image of Strayed courtesy the author|
|Strayed about 900 miles and two months into her hike at Crater Lake, Oregon, in August 1995. At right, Wild in hardcover.|
|Photo by Jennifer Simonson Photography|
This year, writer Neil Gaiman has juggled more projects than you can count on two hands. These include releasing a children's book and an adult novel, writing his second Dr. Who episode, and gearing up for a prequel to The Sandman series. We caught up with the author on the Minneapolis stop of his last U.S. signing tour to chat about a little of everything, like what chilly Midwest winters have taught him and how he feels revisiting Sandman.
Tony Nelson Neil Gaiman before his Minneapolis signing in July. Check out more behind-the-scenes photos.
Here's more from our interview with Gaiman for our cover story: The dark night returns for Neil Gaiman.More »
If you're familiar with Chris Kluwe's opinionated, profanity-strewn internet pieces, you've already got a pretty good idea what his book is like. Beautifully Unique Sparkleponies is a glorious mishmash of essays, letters, articles, and thoughts collected by the outspoken punter. However, it's not all cockmonsters and sparkleponies here.