Monthly Archives: July 2013

“Only the gods are real.”

Welcome to my first discourse on Neil Gaiman and his works. In case you haven’t heard, he’s all the rage right now. Go read his works, if you haven’t yet, and then get back here. Or read this and find your reason to read all his work as obsessively as the rest of the world is at the moment. If you have read his works before, this isn’t a book review as you know them. Rather, it’s a moment for us to talk about all the sort of insane deeper level concepts that Gaiman pulls on in these works. You too might find yourself missing Morpheus one night, these concepts spiraling infinitely out of control. Let’s begin with American Gods.  Continue reading


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