Tag Archives: Neil Gaiman

The in-between spaces

“… They departed for Paris without first saying farewell to the colossal, spiraling pine trees that guarded their path. Juno searched for the creases — they were everywhere, after all — and once she had found one she simply peeled away … Continue reading

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Wayward Footsteps

– The Sandman by Neil Gaiman – The wayward path has been a diverse plot element in innumerable works of fiction since the invention of storytelling. The obstinate psyches that surround characters destined for intransigent lifestyles are so diverse and unique that they … Continue reading

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The Avenging Sword of Taste and Decency

“Of all the sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest of these: it might have been.” – John Greenleaf Whittier Those words will not find their way into my life. Writing is my job; it is my passion; and it is … Continue reading

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