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Neil Gaiman On Where Ideas Comes From

Posted at 1:27PM Sunday 02 Mar 2014

Neil Gaiman — champion of the creative life, disciplined writer, wiseman of literature, one romantic bachelor — answers every creative person's most dreaded question: Where do ideas come from?

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