In episode 184 of the Sword and Laser, Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt talk of high fantasy, Neil Gaiman and saving humanity. Read the rest
Haunt an old house in The Wayward Manor, a puzzle game that blends a snazzy jazz score with writing from fantasy author Neil Gaiman.
Author Neil Gaiman finds "glorious, linguistic" thrills in the works of science fiction writer R.A. Lafferty.
Neil Gaiman hosted The WSJ Book Club this month, guiding readers through "The 13 Clocks" by James Thurber. See a selection of the best reader questions and Mr. Gaiman's responses.
If you are currently struggling with your art, your career path, your passion, this is a very good speech to hear. If you never heard of Neil Gaiman you must not have consumed any content in the last 10 years. Neil’s been practically anywhere, from Books (American gods), Comics (Sandman), the movies (Stardust) and plenty [...]Show More Summary
This week in crowdfunding, we have two documentaries for your financial consideration: one about San Francisco's boy hero Batkid and one about the people behind D&D. Plus, there's a Neil Gaiman off-Broadway play and a beautiful art book featuring diverse fantasy women. Read more...
Almost a year to the day after its announcement, Wayward Manor from author Neil Gaiman (American Gods, Sandman) and the team behind The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom, is now on Steam. The Beetlejuice-esque puzzle/adventure game set in the 1920's has you playing a ghost trying to scare the current residents from your old manor.
He joins Jennifer Egan, Neil Gaiman, Teju Cole, and other high-profile novelists in experimenting off the page.
Neil Gaiman I had been looking forward to Neil Gaiman's 'The truth is a cave in the Black Mountains' at the Barbican Hall, but was not sure what to expect. What we were given was a delightful evening of music by FourPlaystring Quartet, stories by Gaiman, plus illustrations by Eddie Campbell, that I wish I could have seen and heard again. Show More Summary
Elle Fanning – hot off her appearance in the uber-successful Angelina Jolie flick, Maleficent – is set to star in a new film based on a Neil Gaiman short story, according to The Hollywood Reporter. How to Talk to Girls at Parties, the film Elle Fanning will reportedly star in, was a short story of
For a guy who has been writing for several decades, Neil Gaiman sure has been blowing up lately. His Sandman comic is finally being made into a movie, he wrote a video game, he dressed up as a badger, and his American Gods novel is finally being made into a TV show. Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman, this month’s Wall Street Journal Book Club host, will be leading a live video discussion on James Thurber’s “The 13 Clocks” on Friday, July 18 at 11:30 a.m. ET. What issues or themes would you like to discuss?
While we wait to see what becomes of those long-gestating Sandman and American Gods adaptations, another Neil Gaiman tale is taking a step toward the big screen. Elle Fanning has signed on to lead How to Talk to Girls at Parties, based on a 2006 short story by Gaiman. Show More Summary
This summer, Elle Fanning was part of Disney's box office winning revisionist fairytale Maleficent, but now she's heading into much more enticing territory. THR reports the star of Super 8 will lead How to Talk to Girls at Parties, an adaptation of a 2006 short story by Neil Gaiman, author of The Graveyard Book, Coraline and The Sandman. Show More Summary
The title "How to Talk To Girls At Parties" might read like some sort of dumb self-help book, unless you're a deep-cut Neil Gaiman fan. The celebrated sci-fi short story is getting a big screen adaptation, and that movie just got a whole...Show More Summary
The story centers on a pair of teen boys in the 1970's who go to a party in London. One begins flirting with a girl rather quickly, leaving the shy one alone. It isn't long before our hero discovers that these girls are not what they...Show More Summary
Elle Fanning will play an alien tourist who wants to explore the dangerous London suburb of Croydon in Neil Gaiman's 'How to Talk to Girls at Parties'. [...]
Elle Fanning has taken a leading role in a big screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman's short story, How to Talk to Girls at Parties. The Hollywood Reporter has the news, bringing word that Hedwig and the Angry Inch's John Cameron Mitchell will direct.
Jason Momoa didn't know much about Neil Gaiman's "American Gods" until recently, when multiple fans told him he'd be a perfect for the role of the protagonist, Shadow, on screen. Momoa read the book — set for a TV adaptation by Starz — and wholeheartedly agrees. "Spot on," he told HuffPost Live host Alyona Minkovski. Show More Summary
Writer Lev Grossman turned to crowdsourcing to create the book trailer for the third and final installment of the Magicians trilogy. The video embedded above features American Gods writer Neil Gaiman, Wicked author Gregory Maguire, Fangirl...Show More Summary