In the next few days, ee’ll be asking members of The Millions Facebook group to help us with an exciting project that we’ve got in the works. If you want to join in the fun, join the group.
Comic book creator, novelist, screenwriter, journalist, lyricist — is there anything Neil Gaiman hasn't done? He can add professor to his already impressive resume soon. Gaiman will be joining the Bard College faculty and teaching an advanced fantasy fiction workshop in the 2014 spring semester. Also, he recently spoke to NPR about Sandman.
"These are terrific diversions, but their status next to the book is a little ambiguous. Isn't using animation to advertise a book a little like using sculpture to promote poetry?" asks Lindesay Irvine in this article about book trailers in The Guardian. If you're looking for a diversion, this video short based on César Aira's Ghosts is certainly worth watching.
At The Morning News, a wide-ranging conversation with the writer Philip Graham, most recently the author of The Moon, Come to Earth: Dispatches from Lisbon. Included is his account of getting a story into the New Yorker off the slush pile, and a footnote touting The Millions and other online literary venues as places to find great book recommendations.