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Tag Archives: Neil Gaiman
This book bench, adorned with characters from Neil Gaiman’s novel Neverwhere, is not yet listed on the official Books About Town Benches page, but it is currently on show in the Guardian exhibition lobby as the 51st (and final) official Book … Continue reading
The Moth, the story-telling showcase that you should be following in your social medium of choice, just posted this story by Neil Gaiman on their Youtube Channel. It was filmed in 2007 as part of the PEN World Voices festival, … Continue reading
The wonderful Molly Crabapple‘s Dr Sketchy’s Anti-art School recently did a sketching sessions featuring models impersonating at least three of the Endless from Neil Gaiman’s Sandman books (check out the link for photos). But that’s not what really got my … Continue reading
I’ve always known he was of the feline persuasion. (via Wired.com)
Clearly writing stories is no walk in the park, if Tom Gauld is to be believed. (from Neil Gaiman’s blog)
Web comic sensation XKCD may be a bit too geeky for my taste, but I do like this goofy little video. Even though I only recognize a couple of people in it. Whoop !
Statuesque is a short film, written and directed by Neil Gaiman for the Sky1 drama series 10 Minute Tales. It’s a sweet little story about loneliness, failure to communicate, love, bliss and grace, and features a healthy dose of that … Continue reading
Finnish illustrator Jouni Koponen has created a lovely poster of his illustrated version of Neil Gaiman’s poem, The Day The Saucers Came. You can buy it : even Neil himself likes it. (artwork © Joni Koponen, text © Neil Gaiman)
… but a very cuddly Neil Gaiman (by Chris Morris, in the Las Vegas Sun, November 6). (Thanks, you-know-who – © Las Vegas Sun, 2008)
Tomorrow Weekend America‘s annual Tales of Terror show will feature an original 30 second scary story by cartoonist Richard Sala, along with writer David Rakoff, comedian Dana Gould and others. Last year the show included, amongst others, an original story by … Continue reading