Nobody has a clue what’s going to happen over the next three years in publishing and distribution, and that includes me.

From that point of view, I would say that young writers don’t really have to worry very much and should probably concentrate on writing and reading everything… The biggest problem is there is so much good stuff out there but so many people are trying to reinvent the wheel.”

Neil Gaiman – he of great wisdom on writing and excellent advice to aspiring writers – on the occasion of launching his Centre for New and International Writing

Gaiman recently set out to celebrate some of that essential good stuff of yesteryear in his beautiful retelling of the Brothers Grimm.


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