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Neil Gaiman on The Moth

posted by Nell Minow

I was thrilled to see that my favorite podcast, The Moth, now has a YouTube channel.  Here’s author Neil Gaiman telling a story about waiting at a train station to be picked up by his parents.  Warning: once you listen to one Moth story, you’ll be hooked forever.  (It is a little startling, though, I admit, to see that the people whose voices I have listened to so intently don’t look the way they did in my head.)

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For a little more Gaiman goodness, check out this clip about his recording of his story, “The Price.”

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