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    Wednesday, March 13, 2002     1:33 AM

i consider Neil Gaiman to be one of the best authors ever. his stories are brilliant and the way he tells them is brilliant - the way he uses words is masterful. so to know someone, to really know someone that i believe compares to Neil makes me one lucky chickee. i would bet my savings (and that's fairly considerable) that marty will be as well loved as Neil in the near future. he's just that brilliant and creative and everyone should see his movie and read his stories because they are so profoundly wonderful.

i don't get to say this much about people's work i read personally. amy and allison are the only two other people i'd say this about and if i could track them down i'd ask why they haven't published anything yet.

i only wish my work was as good. ah well.


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