I saw “Chasing Amy” the other day (missed it in the theatres) and they did a brief run-by of a CBLDF comic convention table at the beginning. Not exceptionally relevent, I know, but it was a damned fine movie.
Kelli Bickman’s new book What I Thought I Saw, a collection of over 50 black and white photographs, is out numbered copies signed by both Kelli Bickman and Neil Gaiman are available. For more info, here’s the press release.
Neil says: “The version of BEOWULF I wrote with Roger Avary will be made by Robert Zemeckis’s company IMAGEMOVERS, with Roger slated to direct.”
Neil emailed an update about Smoke and Mirrors: I’m just finishing off the short story collection, SMOKE & MIRRORS, right now — figuring out the order that the stories go in, deciding whether or not the last couple of stories stay or go, that kind of thing. There’s a lot […]
Lance “Squiddie” Smith has once again graced alt.fan.neil-gaiman with a news posting, including news about Stardust & Dust Covers, the Death: TTOYL TPB, Martha Soukup’s new book (forward by Neil) and other interesting tidbits. The full text is here.
Neil says: “BABYLON 5 episode 511 ‘THE DAY OF THE DEAD’ is all written. It’s a ghost story about religion, or a drama about comedy and the nature of metaphor, or something like that.”
Martha Soukup heard this from Neil and posted it to alt.fan.neil-gaiman: “I learned today that the deal was done, so I take great pleasure in announcing that there will be a movie of Neverwhere. It will be produced by Denise DiNovi (most of Tim Burton’s films, Heathers, Little Women), directed […]
I asked Neil about the email address that Avon Books has on their site – firstname.lastname@example.org – and he replied that they have only forwarded three or four to him so far, so it’s not a good way of getting in touch with him.
Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess’ Stardust is solicited in the latest Previews, and Lance “Squiddie” Smith has elaborated on alt.fan.neil-gaiman: For those of you who don’t get a chance to look at Previews, the first issue of four is scheduled to be released the week of October 8th. Following issues […]
From alt.fan.neil-gaiman:From: MJ “Simo” Simpson Subject: Neil narrates new vidDate: October 7, 1997 4:38 AM You may be interested in a project in production called Archangel Thunderbird, which, since nobody seems to have mentioned it, I assume not many people know of yet. it’s a short, live-action/animated video for which […]