Advice for Aspiring Creatives from Neil Gaiman
By The Mary Sue on May 29, 2012
When I graduated from college we had the world's most vapid commencement address EVER. How I wish I could attend more meaningful graduation events with speakers that actually stir your soul. That's why I am thrilled we live in a day that we can do that via the Internet. This commencement address from author Neil Gaiman is one of those stirring, humorous, and practical deliveries.
Author Neil Gaiman recently gave the Commencement Address to the University of the Arts in Philadelphia chock-full of advice for aspiring artists of all kinds. He started his speech by admitting he never continued on to higher education and then talked about he simply started writing, wrote some more, and never stopped.
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