Minneapolis’ Dreamhaven hit
Neil Gaiman reports that Dreamhaven Books in Minneapolis, the place he considers his "home store" in terms of doing his local shopping there and signing lots of stuff for them to sell online, has had a break-in over the weekend.
Owner Greg Ketter says, "Damages will be costly but insurance should cover a lot of it. But after the lull in current business, this really will hurt. I don’t like charity but if you could encourage people to maybe buy an extra book off us soon, it may help. Three bookstores have closed in the Twin Cities in the past two months and I don’t want to make it four."
Those not in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area can visit their online store, where you’re likely to find lots of Gaiman-related items in among tons of sf, fantasy, horror and other related merchandise.