Friday, September 16, 2011

Neil Gaiman on How to Read Gene Wolfe

I cannot tell you how to meet Gene Wolfe. I can, however, suggest a few ways to read his work. These are useful tips, like suggesting you take a blanket, a flashlight, and some candy when planning to drive a long way in the cold, and should not be taken lightly. I hope they are of some use to you. There are nine of them. Nine is a good number.
Now this is advice I can use. I picked up the link from Tamahome at Goodreads, where I love seeing what other people say about the books they are reading.

1 comment:

  1. The article's author is driving me crazy, mentioning that Gene Wolfe solved a 90-year-old murder mystery but not telling us the story!

    But anyway, I may have to read some of Wolfe's stories.