Neil Gaiman Continued
Saturday, October 01, 2005
A god walks into a bar, flirts with the tourists, and has a heart attack singing karaoke, leaving his two sons to stumble into a conflict older than civilization. Gaiman explains how his new book Anansi Boys is not really a fantasy novel — it's a comedy inspired by P.G. Wodehouse. We'll hear some of the book, read by British actor and comedian Lenny Henry. And we'll learn how a graphic novelist is like a high-priced escort.