You can learn a lot by peering into an artist’s process. In The Art of Neil Gaiman, Gaiman friend and fan Hayley Campbell is given generous access to Gaiman’s notebooks, sketches, archives, and even the details on some of his failed projects. Read the rest
We all know that Neil Gaiman is a brilliant author, but did you know that the man can also compose songs? On Valentine’s Day, the man performed “I Google You,” a funny but sad love song, at a one-night only show in Tempa Bay, FL, along with the help of Amanda Palmer. Show More Summary
We talk to Neil Gaiman about Internet commentators, The Lord of the Rings, and his new collection, Trigger Warning.
Neil Gaiman worked with artist Bill Sienkiewicz for the Delirium story in 2003's "Endless Nights" OGN, but did the story run out of order?
This week, learn why Marvel initially twice received an R-rating for "The Avengers!" Plus, legends involving the comic Avengers and Neil Gaiman!
Yet another part of the DC universe is coming to the small screen. Fox has officially given a pilot order to Lucifer, based on the DC Comics character created by Neil Gaiman. Len Wiseman is directing and will produce with Jerry Bruckheimer. Show More Summary
Here are some literary events to pencil in your calendar this week. To get your event posted on our calendar, visit our Facebook Your Literary Event page. Please post your event at least one week prior to its date. Two writers, Rachel Kramer Bussel and Melissa Petro, will appear at BookCourt for a reading. Show More Summary
We’ve collected the books debuting on Indiebound’s Indie Bestseller List for the week ending February 08, 2015–a sneak peek at the books everybody will be talking about next month. (Debuted at #3 in Hardcover Fiction) Trigger Warning by...Show More Summary
2015 is already off to a crazy start, as far as science fiction and fantasy books are concerned. And your to-read pile is about to get much bigger. February brings new Neil Gaiman, Kelly Link, Claire North and Joe Abercrombie. Plus tons more. Here are 23 books you can't afford to miss in February! Read more...
Eisner, Kirby, and Harvey Award-winning comic writer and artist Scott McCloud released his new graphic novel, The Sculptor, today. I mean, basically all you need to know is that Neil Gaiman says "you NEED this book," but we decided to sit down with McCloud to ask him a bit more about his process, his characters, and what this new book means to him.
Out this week: Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman; There’s Something I Want You to Do by Charles Baxter; Bon Appétempt by Amelia Morris; The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah; The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson; The Marauders by Tom Cooper; We Are Pirates by Daniel Handler; A History of Loneliness by John Boyne; Holy Cow by The X-Files star David […]
Vlogger Hank Green recently shared that 50 Shades of Grey has already sold more copies than the number of books Ray Bradbury sold in his lifetime. This doesn’t worry author Neil Gaiman. In a Tumblr post, he responded to this by pointing out that this isn’t new. Show More Summary
In his new short story/poetry collection, Neil Gaiman takes readers on adventures through times and spaces in worlds near and far, young and old. Review by Leah Rhyne Bookshots: Pumping new life into the corpse of the book review Title: Trigger...Show More Summary
It’s been an ongoing problem for the BBC; what should fill the “Doctor Who” spot on Saturday nights when Doctor Who isn’t on? The Guardian reflects that the BBC has tried to fill the slot with Merlin, Robin Hood, and the recently canceled...Show More Summary
Attention literature-lovers and burrito-consumers: Chipotle has announced the second batch of writers, including Barbara Kingsolver, Amy Tan, and Neil Gaiman, for its Cultivating Thought series, which places short pieces of writing on soda cups and paper bags (we covered the first series here).
Chipotle Mexican Grill has recruited ten new writers to contribute pieces for its “Cultivating Thought” line. Jonathan Safran Foer returns to serve as both curator and editor. The participants include Neil Gaiman, Aziz Ansari, Augusten...Show More Summary
I was the kind of kid who eschewed children’s literature for Mary Higgins Clark and Steven King by the time I was maybe six or seven. By ten I was reading, and worshiping, Neil Gaiman’s Sandman graphic novel series and making my way through A Midsummer Night’s Dream. By high school, my favorite book was [...]
In a bid to distract customers from its ongoing pork shortage, burrito empire Chipotle is rolling out the second wave of its “Cultivating Thought” short story series, with Aziz Ansari, Neil Gaiman, and Augusten Burroughs among those set to contribute short stories to adorn beverage cups. Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman is a bestselling author whose work spans multiple genres and formats, from children’s books to literary fiction to graphic novels to screenplays. Now he can add fast food packaging to that list, as he joins other notable writers like Jeffrey Eugenides, Amy Tan, Barbara Kingsolver, Paulo Coelho, and comedian Aziz Ansari in slapping their work on Chipotle cups … [More]
I just read novelist Neil Gaiman’s Eight rules of writing. Numbers five and eight are priceless. 5. Remember: when people tell you something’s wrong or doesn’t work for them, they are almost always right. When they tell you exactly what they think is wrong and how to fix it, they are almost always wrong. I love it! [...]