Steve Erickson (essay date 3 September 1995)
SOURCE: Erickson, Steve. “Dreamland.” Los Angeles Times (3 September 1995): 14.
[In the following essay, Erickson discusses Gaiman's career as a graphic novelist and the development of the Sandman series.]
Neil Gaiman never remembers his dreams. They are devoured by his imagination before consciousness can reach them. If he has one recurring dream, it's of a house. “I think it's always the same house,” he says, “but I don't think I've ever visited the same room twice. And the house continues for practically forever, and it's, you know, not really a house at all—it's a life.” It doesn't seem to be the house of Gaiman's childhood in England, or the...
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