Neil Gaiman Reads Bad, Fake Neil Gaiman Stories

The Amer­i­can Pub­lic Media show, “Wits,” asked its lis­ten­ers to write their “poor­est imi­ta­tions of Neil Gaiman’s writ­ing.” And then they got Gaiman him­self to read the best/worst sub­mis­sions. You can watch the results above, and hear the com­plete radio show here.

To watch/listen to Gaiman read­ing sto­ries that he actu­al­ly wrote, see this col­lec­tion where Neil reads eight works, includ­ing the entire­ty of The Grave­yard Book.

via @Electric Lit­er­a­ture

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Relat­ed Con­tent:

Neil Gaiman’s Free Short Sto­ries

Neil Gaiman Gives Grad­u­ates 10 Essen­tial Tips for Work­ing in the Arts

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