Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

Neil Gaiman: Feeders & Eaters & other stories; Sculpture Stories

Two very short works by Neil Gaiman, one illustrated by Mark Buckingham, the other inspired by scupltures by Lisa Snellings.

Second frame of third story of Feeders & Eaters & other stories ("An Image to Maintain", in which Buckingham portrays himself on the phone to Gaiman):
The title story is Gaiman's account of a spooky late-night encounter in a cafe (which has been dramatised); the second is about Alan Moore; and the third is a one-pager by Buckingham. Perhaps a little more refective on the nature of the artist's work than sometimes.

Second paragraph of the third of the Sculpture Stories, "The Sea Change":
"Now hear us as we cry to Thee
For those in peril on the sea"
inspired by this sculpture, "Aqua Marie".
Very very short collection of six fiction pieces (on in verse) and an interview, all inspired by Snellings' work.

Neither of these is available o themarket; I got them as part of a Humble Bundle several years ago.
Tags: bookblog 2021, comics, writer: neil gaiman

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