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Maurice Sendak Disses (Almost) Everyone And Everything
In an interview given several months before his death, the great (and grumpy) illustrator speaks all-too-frankly about the publishing industry, losing his friends, re-reading great books, the sources of his family's collective insanity, and being a children's-book artist ("What is a children's-book artist? A moron! Some ugly fat pip-squick of a person who can't be bothered to grow up.) The Believer November/December 2012
Posted November 29, 2012 12:52 AM

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