Neil Gaiman: ‘my parents didn’t have any kind of rules about what I couldn’t read’ (Guardian; interview by Frances Myatt))
I was really lucky in that my parents definitely didn’t seem to have any kind of rules about what I couldn’t read. And that was wonderful, because it meant that whatever was on the shelves, if it was interesting, I could pick it up and I was allowed to read it.
Patrick Sproull and Melvin Burgess: Why Melvin Burgess’s ‘dangerous’ books aren’t dangerous at all ((Guardian)
Site member Patrick Sproull questions the bestselling author of Junk, Doing It and Persist about censorship, breaking taboos and whether there’s such a thing as a dangerous book.
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