4 dic. 2015

Así se ven y se leen las novelas del guionista Neil Gaiman escritas a mano

Hayley Campbell

Stardust
“And it did, it really did. I was sparser, I would think my way through a sentence further, I would write less, in a good way. And when I typed it up, it became a very real second draft – things would vanish or change. I discovered that I enjoyed messing about with fountain pens, I even liked the scritchy noise the pen nib made on the paper.

“So I kept doing it. Sandman: Dream Hunters and American Gods and Anansi Boys and The Graveyard Book were all written by hand. The last two-thirds of Coraline was also written by hand.”
All the notebooks are in his house in the woods of Wisconsin. They’re in tubs in the attic, on a shelf in the study. I found them when I was writingThe Art of Neil Gaiman.


Here’s what a handwritten novel by Neil Gaiman looks like.

The Graveyard Book

American Gods
Coraline
“How to Talk to Girls at Parties”, a short story

“Other People”, a short story

“Orphee”, a poem

“Snow Glass Apples”, a short story

The Art of Neil Gaiman is out now in paperback from HarperCollins.
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