I’m told some Neil Gaiman fans have suffered insomnia for months, years, even decades, kept awake by burning questions about the author, screenwriter, graphic novelist, comic book writer, children’s book writer, songwriter, husband and father.
Perhaps you take issue with his use of a particular comma in a particular panel in an early issue of Gaiman’s famed The Sandman series?
Are you haunted by the inky existential darkness Gaiman imposes on poor Coraline?
Want your queries answered?
Submit a question for us to pose to Gaiman when we meet him for a few minutes Wednesday afternoon.
The 51-year-old British-born Minneapolis, Minn., resident will be in town this week to pick up an honorary doctorate of fine arts from the University of the Arts. He will address the college’s newly-minted artistes at The University of the Arts’ 134th Commencement ceremony at the Academy of Music, at Broad and Locust Streets in Center City at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 17.