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Neil Gaiman is an English author of short stories, graphic novels, comic books, audio theaters and films. He is best known for the comic book series The Sandman and novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book. Listen to this collection of interviews and audio adaptations from his work to give you the best introduction to one of the most influential and revered authors of our time. Neil Gaiman is an English author of short stories, graphic novels, comic books, audio theaters and films. He is best known for the comic book series The Sandman and novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book. Listen to this collection of interviews and audio adaptations from his work to give you the best introduction to one of the most influential and revered authors of our time. << Show Less
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Listen to Neil Gaiman's Murder Mysteries: Part 1 | SETheater | Audio Listen to this chilling fantasy short story from author Neil Gaiman. This book, since adapted to an audio drama, is perfect for anyone looking for a spine-tingling thriller.

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Audio of Wicked Things: The Price, by Neil Gaiman Listen to another chilling episode of Wicked Things, featuring works from Neil Gaiman, Daniel Foytik, and Nelson W. Pyle. These three tales all offer an unsettling story sure to leave you satisfied.
"Chivalry" by Neil Gaiman An elderly widow purchases the Holy Grail at a second-hand store, and becomes wrapped up in an epic quest. "Chivalry" appears in Neil Gaiman's collection SMOKE AND MIRRORS: SHORT FICTIONS AND ILLUSIONS from William Morrow, which is available on Audible. Thanks to our presenting sponsor Audible. Start your free trial and get a free audiobook at audible.com/levar.
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Neil Gaiman Special Neil Gaiman is the award-winning author (and graphic novelist) who's brought us The Sandman, American Gods and The Graveyard Book, as well as Stardust and Coraline, which film fans may recognise from the movies they inspired. And as Mr. Gaiman has a new book out - The Ocean At The End Of The Lane - we took the time to speak to him at length about his career, his good pal Hayao Miyazaki and the Gaiman movies that might have been...
Neil Gaiman: Meet the Author Award-winning author Neil Gaiman discusses his new book Trigger Warning, a rich cornucopia of horror and ghosts stories, science fiction and fairy tales, fabulism and poetry that explores the realm of experience and emotion at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
235. Neil Gaiman (Jason Plays Favorites #7) – and then it gets darker [From February through March 22, 2020 (his last day hosting Think Again) Jason will be revisiting favorite past episodes. Jason's new show, starting May 12th, is Clever Creature with Jason Gots.]Adult life, with all its schedules and responsibilities, can turn into a kind of library of locked boxes. The ones we open every day sit on a shelf at eye level, their keys clipped to a carabiner at our waist: Set the alarm. Pack a gym bag. Pick up milk for the kids.But on the lower shelves and in the dusty back rooms there’s an ominous jumble of odd-shaped containers. They hold the stories that don’t fit so neatly into the skin we’ve decided to live in. Maybe we’ve misplaced the keys, or maybe we’ve deliberately lost them.My guest today keeps all the keys close at hand. In his stories and graphic novels worlds collide and, as the fairy Ariel puts it in Shakespeare’s Tempest, they “suffer a sea change, into something rich and strange”. The walls of reality are permeable, and dangerous magic is always seeping through.Neil Gaiman is the author of the Sandman graphic novels, The Graveyard Book, Coraline, American Gods, and many other wonderful things. His latest is a marvelous retelling of Norse Mythology, with most of the nasty bits left in.Surprise conversation-starter clips in this episode:Barbara Oakley on learning speeds and styles Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Audio of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy: Neil Gaiman, author of American Gods Listen to Neil Gaiman answer questions about his book, American Gods. The novel is a combination of fantasy, ancient and modern mythology, and healthy dose of Americana.