New York Times’ “By The Book” with Patton Oswalt

Patton OswaltLast week, actor, comedian and author Patton Oswalt was interviewed for the New York Times’ “By The Book” Sunday feature. I always love reading these because I usually come away from them with a new perspective on a book I’ve already read or with a list of books I want to read. When the interview is with someone whose work I already enjoy, it’s always a bonus.

And I love that he includes Neil Gaiman as one of the three writers he would invite to the hypothetical “literary dinner” scenario.

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