Neil Gaiman on Copyright Piracy and the Web

According author/fantasist Neil Gaiman (The Graveyard Book, Coraline, Stardust, Anansi Boys, American Gods, and DC Comics’ The Sandman, among many others), having your creative works on the web is not necessarily a bad, un-commercial thing.

Quote: “Nobody who would have bought your book is not [not] buying it because they could find it for free.”

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Brandon L. Rucker

Brandon L. Rucker is a musician and writer of fiction, nonfiction and journalism. Armed with grammar and diction, plus an uncanny sense of rhythm and melody, he is at-large and potentially dangerous. Be wary.

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