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Who Killed Amanda Palmer? by Amanda Palmer
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Feb 11, 2010

really liked it

I'm proud to say Who Killed Amanda Palmer? is my very first--very unconventional--coffee table book.

Full of photos of "dead" Amanda Palmer, this book somehow manages to be gorgeous and morbid, funny and heart-breaking all at the same time. Both the photos and the stories that accompany them continue to resonate long after the initial reading. Unfortunately, there are fewer stories than I expected. I really wish Gaiman had written more, mostly because they are great, but also because the photos leave me with unanswered questions. I may write my own stories to match some of the photos. After all, when faced with loss, maybe we all write our own tales in an effort to make sense of things.

In any case, with only 10,000 copies of the book in print, this is a must-have for Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman fans alike.


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