Lives and limbs abound, contort and illuminate in this collection of over 50 black & white photographs created by New York artist/photographer Kelli Bickman. The distinction between fantasy and life blurs as she eavesdrops on the set of award-winning author Neil Gaiman's BBC II television series Neverwhere. With a cast of outrageous characters filched from the fray of New York and London spicing the mix, Bickman defies you to determine where Gaiman's world ends and hers begins and shows you what she though was real. Book was released in conjunction with a one woman gallery show of the photographs at Four Color Images in New York. Introduction by Neil Gaiman. Contains some nudity.
Used availability for Neil Gaiman's What I Thought I Saw
September 1996 : USA Paperback