So, Neil Gaiman and Tori Amos are close friends. Here’s a look at their friendship and how it appears in their work.
Ellen Von Unwerth
For Guess 2011
— Ernest Hemingway (via thatkindofwoman)
‘The Snow Queen’ by Margaret Tarrant, ca. 1910.
“The snowflakes got bigger and bigger, until they looked like big white hens. All of a sudden the curtain of snow parted, and the big sleigh stopped and the driver stood up. The fur coat and the cap were made of snow, and it was a woman, tall and slender and blinding white-she was the Snow Queen herself.” (Read the complete story here)