I recently reviewed Neil Gaiman’s The View from the Cheap Seats, a collection of selected nonfiction, for The A.V. Club. While I like the work a lot, the essays are previously published, and I’m not quite sure the book does a good enough job of justifying itself beyond collecting them in one place. But I explain in more detail here.
The A.V. Club recently published a story called “From 17 to 55 years, authors took their time with these long-awaited book sequels.” I contributed something on Fight Club/Fight Club 2. You can check out the full story, including other contributions, but clicking here.