Sounding a little bit wise and a little bit cheeky, author Neil Gaiman delivers four brief paeans to free speech, the importance of libraries, and perseverance in writing and other creative pursuits. Taken together, they serve as inspiration, encouragement, and rallying cry. In "Why Our Future Depends on Libraries, Reading, and Daydreaming," Gaiman talks about the librarians who supported his childhood love of books. In the commencement address "Make Good Art," he reflects on his path to becoming the writer he always dreamed of being. Gaiman has had so much experience and success in various professional arenas that his advice sounds both knowledgeable and knowing--he's been there before--and his reassuring tone makes this a collection to listen to again and again. J.M.D. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2018]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2018
DD ISBN 9780062906922 $10.99
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