"...when he showed an early draft to an editor in 1991, he was told it was unpublishable: far too frightening for kids. (Gaiman maintains that adults are more afraid of “Coraline” than children are.)"
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Neil Gaiman Profile
The New Yorker is running a fascinating profile of Neil Gaiman, easily one of my very favorite living authors. Here's an interesting pull quote that touches on an aspect of children's publishing that's been bugging me for some time:
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Cool animated version of the Avengers: Endgame trailer!
Earlier this year I wrote a bunch of scripts for "Hello Ninja". It's an awesome new series that starts airing Novemb...
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