THE THIRTEEN CLOCKS Animated Thurber Wonderfulness →
I narrated the opening of “The Thirteen Clocks”, and they’ve animated it into something wonderful. Go to the site and click on Click here to watch now.
nijimei asked: Hi Neil, I just watched the English dub of Princess Mononoke and in the credits it says you "adapted" the Tarara Women's work song and the main theme. What does that mean exactly? (I'm assuming something to do with turning the translation back into poetry) Nevertheless, it was awesome to see your name in the credits for my favorite movie of all time.
WIL WHEATON dot TUMBLR: Congressional Reform Act... →
I wonder which Congressperson would actually like to bell the cat and suggest it… wilwheaton: This is incorrectly attributed to Warren Buffet. Regardless of who came up with it, it’s still a good idea: No Tenure / No Pension. A Congressman collects a salary while in office and receives no pay when they are out of office. Congress (past, present & future) participates in...
Since launching our Be Counted membership drive, the Comic Book Legal Defense...– http://cbldf.org/homepage/geoff-johns-neil-gaiman-garth-ennis-rewards-for-everyone-signing-up-to-be-counted/
reinstalluniverse asked: Would you ever consider making an appearance at one of the North American Discworld Conventions? I know its not your series, but you and Terry are so incredibly witty and it would be so wonderful to see both the authors of "Good Omens" in one spot. In America. In my adult life. =)
pianoandpage asked: do you have a favorite song that amanda has written?
bloodstainedtulipproductions asked: Sorry if you've answered this before, but is the graveyard in 'The Graveyard Book' Highgate Cemetery? (And thank you for a wonderful book!)
einekleinecrazytalk asked: Hi. Google and Yahoo have let me down completely so I am going to pester the source over the internetz. Could you please direct me to the original quote regarding how the punk DIY ethos informed your work, that a person could do a thing just by doing it, pleaseandthankyou? I have impressionable minds I want to influence in this regard.
boxofoctaves-deactivated2012101 asked: How do you take your coffee?
onahighnote asked: Neil, i read an article where you spoke about Ms. Clarke's Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, and your words spurred me to purchase the book. This behemoth of a fantasy novel is basically perfect. A little wordy, but I loved it. Great recommendation. Any other lesser known suggestions for a fantasy lover? (i seem to have exhausted my library's collection of Discworld novels as well)
thereisaheroinallofus-deactivat asked: So I saw that you said that if you own the Hill House readers' edition of American Gods then there's not much point in buying the 10th Anniversary edition and I was wondering if the same applied to the Headline version in the UK? I own Fragile Things and have read Monarch Of The Glen in that. Is there anything I'm missing out on in the 10th Anniversary edition?
The first "Neil Gaiman Presents" audiobooks are...
The first round of NEIL GAIMAN PRESENTS audiobooks consists of: LAND OF LAUGHS by Jonathan Carroll read by Edoardo Ballerini. YOU MUST GO AND WIN written and read by Alina Simone PAVANE by Keith Roberts, read by Steven Crossley LIGHT by M. John Harrison, read by Julian Elfer THE MINOTAUR TAKES A CIGARETTE BREAK by Steven Sherrill, read by Holter Graham
"NEIL GAIMAN PRESENTS IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS" BLOG! →
The website is running slow right now — we’re suffering a DDoS attack from China, someone trying to hack into allhallowsread.com from Portugal, and there’s general traffic overload just to complicate things even more — but it’s worth seeing if this journal entry is there yet to follow all the links on “Neil Gaiman Presents” that are up on my website. This...
I have been your PA for 18 years and this is by far the silliest thing...– My assistant Lorraine, 30 seconds ago. And she’s right, I think. No, I’m not telling you what she’s doing.
My line of books at Audible's ACX, "NEIL GAIMAN... →
The first five books are out! I’m all excited! Listen to samples over at this link.
Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman are delighted, thrilled, honoured and touched...– http://www.worldbooknight.org/wbn-news/241-world-book-night-title-2012-announcement
hodgepodge-ofablog asked: Hello! So, it is entirely likely that you have answered this before unbeknownst to me, (if so, please ignore this then) but out of curiosity, who is your favourite Doctor? Alternatively, if you could have any Doctor come back for one season, who would you pick?
celbelrai asked: Hi Neil- just wondering if you had an opinion on the occupy movement. I like the way you think from your writing, so I would like to think with you about the flesh-and-blood world as well.
jimoth001 asked: Neil, regarding the 10th Anniversary edition of American Gods just published. Is this the same "preferred text" as the "preferred text" in the Hill House edition? Or is this even more "preferred". Thanks!
Making fiction for children, making books for children, isn’t something...– http://journal.neilgaiman.com/2011/10/thoughts-on-joining-club-that-would.html
the-girl-detective-fails-deacti asked: The AFP Halloween Spectacular on the 29th- the crazier the costumes the better right?
hivemindmonster asked: Neil Gaiman are you Lemony Snicket?
A new blog, with stuff in. →
I blogged about All Hallows Read, and several other things, including losing editors and my assistant’s roller derby team and suchlike.
Auction of VIP tickets to "AN EVENING WITH NEIL... →
thegothamcitymall asked: I have no questions, just wanted to say that the Metamorpho comic from Wednesday comics is the greatest thing. Thanks for it.
ealperin asked: Wait... Are you really Neil Gaiman on here?
stars-walkbackwards-deactivated asked: Do you think being a writer is a realistic goal for young people? What should we say to others who may say we should not write as a profession?
Just hinting generally... →
…That if you’re in LA on the 31st of October during the day, and you’re a fan of mine, and you have a yearning to see the Craig Ferguson show, then, well… here’s the link to get tickets. (Yes, I know the only guest listed is Zooey Deschanel. She’s very nice.)
Read 'Graveyard' With Our New Back-Seat Book Club... →
This is SO GOOD. An NPR book club for young readers! I’m honoured and thrilled that the first book they’ve chosen is The Graveyard Book. Check it out. Point younger siblings, kids and grandchildren at it too. Spread the word. Reblog, share, spread… Also, this is where kids get to submit their questions and comments. View more on WhoSay »