Chesterton in Gaiman’s library
September 27, 2013 7:10 pm | Comments Off on Chesterton in Gaiman’s library
Our John Herreid spotted this Ignatius Press title (an annotated version of The Man Who Was Thursday, by G.K. Chesterton) on American fantasy author Neil Gaiman’s bookshelf. Part of a close-stacked library, this was an interesting needle-in-the-haystack find.
The original tour of Mr. Gaiman’s library can be seen on the shelfari blog here: http://blog.shelfari.com/ronbrinkmann/2009/08/gaimans-bookshelf-details.html.
This was first brought up here on this post about a revival in Catholic publishing.
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