Sculpture Stories

Sculpture Stories Neil teams up with artist Lisa Snellings for these macabre flash fictions based on her sculptures Originally published in the s comic book magazine Fan this is the first time these nearly impossi

  • Title: Sculpture Stories
  • Author: Neil Gaiman Lisa Snellings
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 275
  • Format: ebook
  • Neil teams up with artist Lisa Snellings for these macabre flash fictions based on her sculptures Originally published in the 1990s comic book magazine Fan, this is the first time these nearly impossible to find pieces are being presented in their entirety, and in digital form.Includes the stories Don t Ask Jack , originally published August 1995 Good Boys Deserve FavourNeil teams up with artist Lisa Snellings for these macabre flash fictions based on her sculptures Originally published in the 1990s comic book magazine Fan, this is the first time these nearly impossible to find pieces are being presented in their entirety, and in digital form.Includes the stories Don t Ask Jack , originally published August 1995 Good Boys Deserve Favours originally published September 1995 The Sea Change , originally published November 1995 Sweeper Of Dreams , originally published January 1996 The Daughter Of Owls , originally published February 1996 The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of by Barton Jones, an interview with Neil Gaiman and Lisa Snellings

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    1. An interesting short collection of rare stories by this author brought out for Humble Bundle. I liked the mix and I was interested to see another dream story from a different angle after this authors much acclaimed Sandman series. Gaiman's clever story telling is shown off and I'm glad this graphic book was found and reproduced for the bundle.

    2. This is literally stories about sculptures. Each story has a sculpture. Very interesting concept. Art rules.

    3. I got this ebook as part of the 2016 Humble Bundle, which I believe is the only way to legally get it.This short collection includes five of the six columns Gaiman did in cooperation with Lisa Snellings for Overstreet's FAN magazine between August 1995 and February 1996. Oddly, one of the columns, "Cinnamon" from September 1995, was excluded. An additional interview by Barton Jones sheds light on the creative process. Namely, multiple photographs of Snellings' different statuettes were sent to G [...]

    4. A short-story collection from Gaiman's 2016 Humble Bundle. Some of these I had read before. The stories included in this collection are:• "Don't Ask Jack"; about a broken jack-in-the-box that the children won't touch because of an inert feeling that the box is evil and/or haunted.• "Good Boys Deserve Favours"; about a boy who plays the double-bass. He's being told that if he cares for the instrument, then the intstrument will care for him. And it does.• "The Sea Change"; a song or long poe [...]

    5. A Humble Bundle purchase, stories by Neil Gaiman paired with the sculpture art of Lisa Snellings (you can see more of the art at POPPETS and art by Lisa Snellings). The stories were "Don't Ask Jack" about a Jack in the Box that children know, perhaps too well. "Good Boys Deserve Favors" about a boy playing the double bass and how she treats with him. "The Sea Change" about a man who loses his father to the sea and can't resist it's call after his mother dies, he meets something beneath the sea t [...]

    6. Read May 2016Got this as part of Neil Gaiman's 2015 rarities Humble Bundle.A collaboration between Neil gaiman & Lisa Snellings. Lisa made the sculptures, Neil wrote the stories to go with them. I really like this idea of pairing writing with another art form, sculptures in this case. But in all honesty, I’m not the biggest fan of these sculptures and I think that that took away from my enjoyment of this little collection. I did really like Neil’s stories though. Some could do with a lit [...]

    7. Another of the oddities in the Gaiman Humble Bundle. A couple of these very short pieces have appeared elsewhere, sans images of their inciting sculptures; others were new to me. In some ways 'The Sweeper of Dreams' fascinates me most; when Sandman is one of your best-known works, it can't be easy to come up with another custodian of dreams and make him so very different (well, except for the grumpiness. That much they share).

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