Sculpting with Neil Gaiman
Dreamed before 1995 by Rick Veitch
Rick Veitch's collection of dream-comics Rabid Eye is mostly one-pagers--concise, punchy, lived not interpreted--as in the page on the left. But in an appendix narrated by his dream-self who refers to his day-self in third person as "Roarin' Rick", we get context for a few sample dreams. This one, of sculpting with his friend Neil Gaiman, turns out to be predictive, indeed full of multiple psychic hits.
SOURCE: Rick Veitch's Rabid Eye, 1995, King Hell Press, a compilation of his comic book series Rare Bit Fiends; pp.77 & 191.
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