American Turtles

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American Turtles presents thirteen original short stories, from the comic to the cosmic, written by students studying the works of Neil Gaiman at UCLA. Stories by Melanie Gharehptian, Cynthia Huang, Kimberly Juarez, Alexander Kim, Erik Knall, Rachel Maples, Brandon Pham, Ranger Saldivar, Melissa Smith, Dalia Sherif, Shabnam Tabesh, Andrew Takeda, and Shuming Wang More
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About The Students in the Art of Neil Gaiman

In the winter quarter of 2016, nineteen students enrolled in Honors Collegium 87W: The Art of Neil Gaiman at the University of California, Los Angeles. This writing course, designed and taught by Dr. Tara Prescott, introduced students to a wide range of Gaiman’s texts, including his jewel-like short stories.

Honors 87W Editorial Board: Melanie Gharehptian, Cynthia Huang, Kimberly Juarez, Alexander Kim, Erik Knall, Rachel Maples, Brandon Pham, Tara Prescott, Ranger Saldivar, Melissa Smith, Dalia Sherif, Shabnam Tabesh, Andrew Takeda, Shuming Wang

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Review by: Kevin A. Lyons on June 23, 2016 :
I really like seeing work from new writers! A little rough in spots, but these are some interesting and original stories. In some cases the connections to Neil Gaiman's stories were obvious, in others subtle. I was also interested in the author's notes that followed each story.

The collection is a bit uneven but all of the stories had their strengths. I enjoyed them all, but my favorites were probably Penny for your Thoughts, The Moments that Haunt Us, and American Turtles.

I hope to see more from these authors!
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