An interesting article from the New York Times about writers with terminal illnesses who throw themselves into their work during the final months. Every author should be so lucky to be able to write up until the very end.
And Neil Gaiman gave the keynote address at last week’s London Book Fair. He talked at length about artists in the digital age, and how they will need to embrace new business paradigms to monetize their talents. It’s heavy on questions, light on solutions. See the full speech below: