A Halloween Thing A Day: Neil Gaiman’s “Witch Work”


Earlier this month, we featured Neil Gaiman, in a graveyard, talking about All Hallow’s Eve. Now, with Halloween peeking around the corner, we return to Mr. Gaiman, broadcasting from the woods on Halloween 2015, reading a poem called “Witch Work.”

The poem is from his then-new-to-paperback collection Trigger Warning, which I guess makes this a bit of guerilla marketing by the author; my hope is, whether he’s got something new to promote or not, something similar will pop up online this Halloween.

Blu Gilliand is the managing editor of Cemetery Dance Magazine and Cemetery Dance Online. 

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