Pratchett and Gaiman: Together Again

At Waterstone's website, Neil Gaiman interviews Terry Pratchett. If that isn't enough to whet your interest, the interview is accompanied by excellent Paul Kidby illustrations.

As usual, I find myself even more impressed by Pratchett (seems to happen with each new novel and interview). He's a modest chap—he's proud enough of his OBE and Carnegie medal, but he's even prouder of having been made an honorary Brownie for his creation of Tiffany Aching in The Wee Free Men, A Hat Full of Sky, and The Winter King. I think the Brownies showed good judgment—those three rank among my favorites of his prodigious output.

The interview is educational, too. "I don't know why it hasn't been established before," Pratchett revealed, "but a yellow rubber chicken is the secret of all humor."