November 9, 2014 by Jen
Remember what happened when David Lynch and William Blake went out for tea?
Well, now imagine that Salman Rushdie emceed a brunch-time conversation between Neil Gaiman, Norton Juster, Lewis Carroll, and Paulo Coelho.
The result would be Rushdie’s Luka and the Fire of Life: delight-filled and whimsical, linguistically playful and philosophically inquisitive.
This books brings the Magic into Being.