1. I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Charity

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Dresden Doll Amanda Palmer and Coraline author Neil Gaiman performed together Wednesday night for the second installment of SPIN.com's Liner Notes, an event that pairs musicians and writers in a unique live collaboration to raise funds for homeless and low-income New Yorkers living with AIDS. Read our full review here.

2. I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Charity

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Dresden Doll Amanda Palmer and Coraline author Neil Gaiman performed together Wednesday night for the second installment of SPIN.com's Liner Notes, an event that pairs musicians and writers in a unique live collaboration to raise funds for homeless and low-income New Yorkers living with AIDS. Read our full review here.

3. Two Lovers

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Palmer and Gaiman, who have been dating for months, both demonstrated their craft -- Gaiman read from Who Killed Amanda Palmer, a conceptual photo book featuring pics of the Dresden Dolls singer staged in various poses of death, and Palmer played songs from her 2008 album of the same name.

4. Inner Circle

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Devout fans of both artists packed the 300-person venue. Moby even looked on from side stage.

5. Stalker of Love

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Gaiman read a disturbing comic piece about a man working as a living statue who stalks a young woman. The story was inspired by the living statues in Krakow, Poland, he explained.

6. Jane-of-All-Trades

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After a few songs on the piano, Palmer switched to ukulele to play a tune she wrote about her parents' decision to sell the house she grew up in.

7. A Few of Our Favorite Things

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The couple cozy up to stacks upon stacks of books at Housing Works.

8. "Sold, to the Bearded Man!"

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Palmer and Gaiman auctioned off the first copy of Who Killed Amanda Palmer (out July 7). It sold for $1300 -- all of which goes to charity!

9. And the Winner Is…

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The highest bidder (center) poses with Neil Gaiman (second from left), Amanda Palmer, and photographer Kyle Cassidy (far right).

10. Statuesque

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Palmer sang "Perfect Fit," which, she explained, was written during her time working as a human statue in Boston's Harvard Square.

11. John Hancock

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The two-hour show capped with a fan autograph session.