Neil Gaiman Takes Over the Book Section of The Guardian for a Day

Posted on July 27, 2013

Last month, The Guardian decided to make Neil Gaiman the Book Editor for a day. He was given a computer and absolute power over the book content of the newspaper. So what did he do during his reign? He began a collaborative short story which got lots of interesting contributions, he oversaw the journalists' assignments, he was interviewed about about writing fiction and had to crank out some articles. It was a good day. Take a look:



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