\ Author Neil Gaiman has been named a United Nations global goodwill ambassador as he continues efforts to bring attention to the plight of Syrian refugees. UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, announced Gaiman’s appointment Monday after three years of working alongside the writer of books that include...
The British author has worked alongside the U.N. Refugee Agency since 2013.
Gaiman discusses “Norse Mythology”; Sarah Lyall talks about Ali Smith’s “Autumn”; and Nick Bilton on two new books about Silicon Valley.
If you’re a fan of science fiction and fantasy books, this has been a good week for you. Along with Philip Pullman finally giving the follow-up to His Dark Materials a release date, Neil Gaiman has announced that his next work will be a sequel to Neverwhere. Read more...
'Echoes in Death' is No. 1, 'Norse Mythology' lands at No. 2.
As you've probably heard already, Neil Gaiman's novel American Gods is coming to comics, courtesy of Dark Horse. Artistic legend P. Craig Russell is adapting the story for comics and providing layouts, with Scott Hampton providing the...Show More Summary
Neil Gaiman has confirmed that he is working on a sequel or successor to his 1997 novel Neverwhere (itself an adaptation of the 1996 BBC mini-series). In an interview with the UK's Channel 4 News, he says he was sparked off by the idea of including refugees in the world he created. Show More Summary
Placing Neil Gaiman’s former Prince of Hell in a Los Angeles-set procedural has proven to be a winning formula. Lucifer has been renewed by FOX for a third season. Currently just finished its Fall run, Lucifer fans are the getting the...Show More Summary
With this playful retelling, Mr. Gaiman continues to be a combination of best-selling author, famous personality and cult figure.
Both narratives are works of fantasy, firmly rooted in Gaiman's American Gods universe, but the most profound difference is their emphasis within this genre: the combination of fantasy with horror in The Monarch of the Glen and fantasy with mystery in Black Dog. The post British Godlings: On Neil Gaiman’s Novellas appeared first on The Millions.
Readers of Neil Gaiman's essay collection The View From the Cheap Seats know how influential Jack Kirby's Mighty Thor and Roger Lancelyn Green's Myths of the Norsemen were on his work -- an influence that shows in books like American...Show More Summary
We talk with Neil Gaiman about Norse Mythology, the leaping-off point for many readers to become newly obsessed with Odin, Loki, Thor, and the Old Norse tales.
Marvel has brought a certain strain of Norse mythology to the mainstream through Thor, Loki, and Odin’s family drama. And in a way, the franchise does justice to these three characters. They’re key players throughout traditional Norse stories, their original mannerisms not far off from how they’re portrayed in pop culture. Show More Summary
Look for new books by Sophie Kinsella and Neil Gaiman.
Master storyteller Neil Gaiman is back - and he's getting his Viking on
No contemporary fiction writer gets more of his power from the mythological tradition than Neil Gaiman. Almost all of his work, from the “Sandman” comics he wrote in the '80s and '90s to prose novels such as “American Gods” and children's books such as “Coraline,” ingeniously fragments and integrates...
Neil Gaiman's best-selling 2001 novel is about to be your new TV obsession. "American Gods" has been adapted into a Starz series that will premiere in April 2017, and it looks amazing. This star-studded show will be based on the original book but dive deeper into some of the characters — including at least one that didn't exist in the novel. Show More Summary
P. Craig Russell talks to CBR abour teaming with Scott Hampton to adapt Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods” to comics. The post INTERVIEW: P. Craig Russell Brings Neil Gaiman’s American Gods to Comic Books appeared first on CBR.com.
Neil Gaiman’s American Gods is about to make the leap to television in a new prestige drama from Starz and executive producer Bryan Fuller, so it’s the perfect time for the 2001 novel to get its first comics adaptation. Dark Horse Comics...Show More Summary
The novelist shares the titles he would most want with him on a desert island.