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http://writersandkitties.tumblr.com/

Sadly, this picture blog lacks Neil Gaiman!


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But has lots of others! You could probably have just a page for Papa and his cats, though.


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That's true!
My favourite is the one of Edward Gorey, asleep with all his cats on page two.
Haruki Murakami on page five is cool, too. He looks so baffled, like they planted that cat on him.

Which ones do you like?

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Huxley's kitty looks like it is proof-reading his page! Smile

My favourite is Raymond Chandler's kitty on page 3. It looks like the night has grown eyes & a tail!

Yet there's Chandler, looking fondly at it & with a pipe in his mouth. Big Grin
 
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I love the one of William Carlos Williams (mostly because men in suits make me go "meow").

The one of Neil writing and his white cat should be in there.


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Chandler's indeed awesome. Atwood's kinda creepy and cool.

Dweller, who's Papa? Neil? Should I be afraid of asking why?


 
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Papa Hemingway, I think!

Aldous Huxley had a scary face.


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Yes, Hemingway. Sorry, didn't realize that writer nicknames didn't travel.


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I just read a great book!! It is called "Cricket for Dummies"! And the best part is, I bought a copy and mailed it to him and he autographed it for me! Here is the link I got it from!

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dude. That must be the bestest book ever for you to pimp it out all over the forum!

There's a difference between recommending something and spamming and it seems to me that you've ventured into spamland, with a side trip to exclamation point lane.



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I've just stolen that page and put it on twitter (tagging Michael Marshall Smith and Mr Neil just in case they haven't seen it - and actually see the tweet!)

MMS tweeted this a little while ago, beautiful pictures

http://www.retronaut.com/2013/...ingway-and-his-cats/


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