guyplayfair said: Do you often get confused for Clive Barker?I like Clive Barker. I like you too, I just think I have more of a chance with Clive Barker. You are pretty swell though so don't feel too bad about it. As a young adult author do you find yourself censoring your blog content? Do you have a duty to your readers to make sure it is suitable for them to read?Clive Barker is writing a best selling young adult series but his official Tumblr is dicks, dicks and more dicks. Can you post what you like on blogs?
I used to be confused with Clive back in about 1984, when the world and we were young, because we both had dark hair and big noses.
I don’t find myself censoring the content here, no, although I’ll try and tag things NSFW or put in trigger warnings if I’m putting up anything contentious.
Clive tumblrs his interests, I tumblr mine. (And he’s much more than only a YA author.)
I don’t think I would ever consider Gaiman a young adult writer. An all ages writer, sure. A storyteller, yeah. But YA? Nope.
Reblog if you enjoy theatre.
Any straight play.
If there is a single one you like, reblog.