On February 4, I'm going to hear Neil Gaiman speak at UCLA's Royce Hall. If you look to the right, you'll notice I'm reading Coraline (again) to refamiliarize myself with his work. I want his words to be fresh in my mind. More bang for the buck. The ticket wasn't cheap, especially for an underpaid, overworked teacher/writer/coach/tutor/juggler. Okay, I'm not really a juggler.
Like he does at most of his presentations, I'm sure Gaiman will open the mic for questions. I'm embarrassingly stupid when it comes to speaking in front of people (yes, I'm a teacher), but I'm willing to put myself out there for you. If you could ask Neil Gaiman one question, what would it be?
"What have you written?" does not count, and if you ask that, you will be expunged from Chalk Head Nation.