Neil Gaiman Live in Tulsa: An Eyewitness Report

Column by Christopher Shultz
March 10, 2015: It's true that the man behind 'American Gods' and 'The Sandman' is a "rock-star," but he's certainly no stoned and drunken narcissist.
Neil Gaiman Gives 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture

Neil Gaiman Gives 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture

News by Emily Rose Lathrop
Neil Gaiman delivered the 13th Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture, entitled "Immortality and Adams" on March 3, 2015.
Neil Gaiman Performs Original Song Live

Neil Gaiman Performs Original Song Live

News by Raine Winters
The famous author’s Valentine’s performance of “I Google You” is one that will surely be remembered.

10 Great Loose Film Adaptations

Column by Christopher Shultz February 20, 2015
The term "loose adaption" can make bookish people cringe. But there are plenty of amazing films that don't religiously stick to the source material. Here are ten.
Bookshots: 'Trigger Warning' by Neil Gaiman

Bookshots: 'Trigger Warning' by Neil Gaiman

Review by Leah Rhyne
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.
Handler and Gaiman

Gaiman vs. Handler In The Great Book Giveaway

News by Peter Derk
Neil Gaiman and Daniel Handler had a contest to see who could give away the most free books in 30 minutes.
Martin tells impatient fans to 'Fuck off'

George R.R. Martin Wants You to ‘Fuck Off’

News by Bree Ogden July 10, 2014
In his latest attempt to reclaim his personal life, George RR Martin tells impatient Game of Thrones fans to ‘Fuck off.’

Is Sci-fi a “Closed Shop”?

Column by Dean Fetzer April 14, 2014
The recent controversy over a possible host for London’s upcoming WorldCon has brought to light a dark side to the science fiction and fantasy genre — one a lot of people like to pretend isn’t there.
Neil Gaiman's 'American Gods' To Become TV Drama

Neil Gaiman's 'American Gods' To Become TV Drama

News by Sean May February 4, 2014
Neil Gaiman's celebrated novel about Gods fighting for survival is coming to TV as a drama series, produced by Fremantle Media.

What's In A Name?

Column by Christopher Shultz January 22, 2014
What's your process for naming characters? Is it research-heavy and involved, or do you just trust your guts? Here are some resources and thoughts on either approach.
The Wall Street Journal Starts Book Club Led by Notable Authors

The Wall Street Journal Starts Book Club Led by Notable Authors

News by Sean May January 14, 2014
The US's most prominent financial newspaper has launched a book club, with discussions led by a slew of acclaimed authors.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt To Produce "Sandman" Movie

Joseph Gordon-Levitt To Produce "Sandman" Movie

News by Nathan Scalia December 18, 2013
Batman star Joseph Gordon-Levitt announces his intention to produce the Sandman movie, and possibly more...

Heaven Sent: Biblical Mythology and Fantasy

Column by Rajan Khanna December 9, 2013
Examples of mythology taken from Judeo-Christian scripture.
Neverwhere Cover

New Mexico School Temporarily Bans Neil Gaiman's "Neverwhere"

News by Nathan Scalia October 16, 2013
Neil Gaiman's "Neverwhere" is being considered for a ban by a New Mexico high school after a student's mother complained. Because what else is new?
NYCC

News Roundup: New York Comic Con 2013

News by Christopher Shultz
Get the condensed version of happenings at this year's NYCC.

Three Books About... Cities

Column by Cath Murphy
One subject. Three books. Three approaches. What can three books about cities tell us about writing?
The Guardian Releases 'Video Alphabet' Of Authors' Favorite Words

The Guardian Releases Video Alphabet Of Authors' Favorite Words

News by Christopher Shultz August 27, 2013
Ruby Wax, Ian Rankin, and Neil Gaiman (just to name a few) discuss the words that matter most.
Wayward Manor

Who Haunts Neil? Gaiman Writes a Video Game

News by Nathan Scalia July 26, 2013
Author Neil Gaiman adds writing the video game "Wayward Manor" to his resume.

Pond or Ocean: A Review of 'Ocean at the End of the Lane' by Neil Gaiman

Column by Rajan Khanna July 24, 2013
'The Ocean at the End of the Lane' is Neil Gaiman's first adult novel in seven years. How does it hold up to his other work?
Sandman

Sandman Prequel, New Army of Darkness and Hellboy Stories Debut at Comic-Con

News by Christopher Shultz
A slew of new and familiar titles will return this year, and of course, Comic-Con is the place to see them first.
Neil Gaiman Sandman Prequel

In Your Dreams: The Return of The Sandman

News by Nathan Scalia July 3, 2013
Twenty-five years after the end of the series, Neil Gaiman returns to write a Sandman prequel.
Neil Gaiman Returns to the Marvel Universe

Neil Gaiman Returns to the Marvel Universe This Summer

News by Christopher Shultz March 25, 2013
The author will write one issue for two separate series, each featuring one of his popular, long-dormant characters.
Symphony Charity Auction

Charity Auction Offers Meetings with Jennifer Egan, Neil Gaiman, Leonard Nimoy and Others

News by Christopher Shultz
An upcoming auction in support of Symphony Space is sure to trip the book nerd's proverbial trigger.

From Elphaba To Grendel: Ten Twisted Fairy Tales

Column by Meredith Borders March 8, 2013
Ten modern takes on your favorite classic fairy tales and legends.

Orson Scott Card’s Personal Beliefs Are Appalling, But...

Column by Kelly Thompson March 7, 2013
DC has hired Orson Scott Card to write a Superman story. Will you read it? Do you support creators with abhorrent personal beliefs? Why or why not? And where do you draw the line?