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October 25, 2004

Speaking of Neil Gaiman…

The popular author and comics writer often answers letters at his extremely and justifiably popular on-line journal. There are two interesting responses from a comics business standpoint worth scrolling after that together provide a creator's take on certain peculiarities of bookstore shelving: the first one here, and the second one here.

It seems odd that a bookstore might place books from an extremely well-liked author together when the popularity of the author would likely pull customers from section to section. On the other hand, the notion makes a fair amount of sense, too.
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